Originally published 17/04/2014 on SimplyPlayStationGaming.com
Recently Sony have have been on the receiving end of some bad press with lay-offs announced at several first party studios and their relatively weak first party line-up compounded by the troubles plaguing Driveclub, but last week saw some more welcome news. It comes following the semi-official announcement of a PS4 version of the Last Of Us. The game’s existence was revealed by Sercan Sulun, PlayStation’s Eurasian Software Market Manager, when he stated that the game would appear on the PS4 by the end of summer in physical and digital forms.
Sony officially announced that the post-apocalyptic thriller is entitled The Last Of Us: Remastered, includes both the original game and the single player DLC Left Behind as well as the multiplayer map pack Abandoned Territories. The Remastered version will be in glorious 1080p throughout while making use of the better lighting and textures made available by the increased power of the PS4. To top this graphical feast off Naughty Dog are also aiming for a constant 60 frames per second. The game will also include aditional content in the form of commentaries during cut scenes from members of the development team and voice actors. While some will point to the fact that this is only a re-release rather than an entirely new game for the latest generation of consoles, The Last Of Us: Remastered will give players who want to relive or simply missed 2013’s game of the year a chance to experience one of the best first party titles PlayStation has to offer.
Check out the trailer below and let us know your thoughts on The Last Us: Remastered in the comments.