The upcoming remake shows off new gameplay footage from Bill's town, showing noticeable visual improvements.
Naughty Dog discusses the changes and improvements made to the core game with the upcoming remake, which is out on September 2nd for PS5.
Some newer features include audio descriptions in cinematics and dialogue conveyed through the DualSense's haptic feedback.
The remake of Naughty Dog's 2013 classic is out on September 2nd for PS5. It's also coming to PC, though no release date is confirmed.
Check out how two scenes from the remaster compare to the remake releasing on September 2nd for PS5 and later for PC.
Here's how the upcoming remake is changing things up.
Even with leaks and reports of no gameplay improvements, Naughty Dog's remake is posed to be a huge success. Here's why.
Ahead of the remake's looming launch, here's what you should know about it.
A Naughty Dog developer has taken to Twitter to state that the PS3 doesn't compare to the PS5 when it comes to gameplay in The Last of Us Part 1.
Naughty Dog's senior environment texture artist Jonathan Benainous says there won't be too much of a gap between the PS5 and PC releases of the upcoming remake.
Following The Last of Us Part 1 leaks, Xbox Era co-founder Nick Baker says he's received several offers for other leaks, including the next God of War.
"Love me some Fortnite… but there are no plans for this," says Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann in response to rumours regarding a collaboration with The Last of Us.
Naughty Dog has provided official details on the improvements you can expect from the remake, confirming several recent leaks.
While the game does sport various technical and accessibility improvements, it seems the original release's gameplay is being left largely unchanged.
Some brief gameplay footage and screenshots from the introductory sequence of the remake have leaked online.
The upcoming remake will allegely feature multiple graphics modes for different frame rates, and also support VRR.
With the upcoming remake having officially gone gold, Naughty Dog says it'll be sharing details on its improvements in the lead-up to launch.
Following the announcement of The Last of Us Part 1 going gold, an artist from the studio has spoken about how the game's development didn't have any crunch.
Naughty Dog has announced that its remake of The Last of Us has gone gold. The studio made the announcement on Twitter, alongside a short clip.
Here are the biggest improvements we wish to see in the remake.