The Last of Us Part 1 is an action-adventure game developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony.
It is a ground-up remake of the 2013 game The Last of Us.
The Last of Us Part 1 brings a slew of graphical changes and updates over the original, and we take a deep dive comparison between the two with this feature.
The ground-up remake of the action-adventure title is launching exclusively for the PS5 in September, with a PC version also in development.
The comparison highlights improvements made to the facial animation, textures, hair and much more over the 2013 classic.
The long-rumoured remake has finally been announced- here's what you should know about it.
The ground-up remake of Naughty Dog's seminal 2013 game hasn't made the best first impression.
Naughty Dog has revealed details about The Last of Us Part 1's Digital Deluxe Edition goodies. The studio has also revealed details about pre-order bonuses.
The ground-up remake will feature enhanced combat, animations, exploration, and more, along with improved visuals.
Also in development for PC, the remake promises a "total overhaul of the original experience" with modernized gameplay, improved controls and more.
A leaker with an interesting recent track record seems to be suggesting that the rumoured remake of The Last of Us is due out in September.
Journalist Jeff Grubb has claimed that based on what he's heard, The Last of Us' rumoured remake is expected to launch later this year.
More evidence has been uncovered that seems to point to the existence of the long-rumoured PS5 remake of The Last of Us.
This may be the rumored remake of The Last of Us, which Sony Visual Arts Service Group is currently serving as support studio for.
The Last of Us Part 2 multiplayer (which the new project could end up being) and The Last of Us Part 2 Director's Cut are also coming.
A job ad for a position at PlayStation Studios Visual Arts might possibly be pointing to the rumoured The Last of Us remake.
Expect several gameplay enhancements in line with the sequel as well.
Journalist Jason Schreier suggests The Last of Us' rumoured remake is more of a stopgap for the development team.
A report claims that Sony Visual Arts Service Group in San Diego started out as lead developers on the project, but have since been demoted to being a support studio.