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.
As per Bella Ramsey, who plays Ellie on the show, shooting for the second season will begin at the end of this year.
Naughty Dog's acclaimed survival adventure finally comes to PC with new features and improved visuals. Here's what you should know.
Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann reveals the studio had at one point planned on developing a prequel to The Last of Us in collaboration with an external studio,
Druckmann says: "All I can say is that we're already into our next project. The decision has already been made."
The remake's PC port will feature support for AMD FSR 2.2, DLSS Super Resolution, 21:9 Ultrawide and 32:9 Super Ultrawide aspect ratios, and more.
The Last of Us co-creator Bruce Straley seems to have courted controversy following his statement that linear games are easier to develop.
"These additional few weeks will allow us to ensure this version of The Last of Us lives up to you, and our, standards," Naughty Dog says.
PS4's The Last of Us Remastered also saw an increase of 337%, with the TV show's success continuing to drive game sales.
After an excellent start for the show's first two episodes, HBO has officially greenlit it for a second season.
The actor who plays Ellie in the HBO series says a second season is likely to happen, even though it hasn't been officially greenlit yet.
The series' third episode, titled "Long Long Time", will premiere on Sunday, and is set to have a runtime of close to 80 minutes.
The Last of Us enjoys the biggest ever second week growth for an original HBO series to date.
The Last of Us Remastered on the PS4 also saw a significant boost in sales of a whopping 322%.
The TV adaptation of Naughty Dog's first title is the highest premiere for a new HBO series since Boardwalk Empire in 2010.
HBO's adaptation of The Last of Us premiered earlier this week, and has eight more episodes left in its first season.
Created by game director Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin, the TV adaptation of the PlayStation classic has garnered critical acclaim.
To commemorate the premiere of HBO's adaptation of The Last of Us, Sony has made a game trial available for Naughty Dog's remake.
HBO's adaptation of the seminal PlayStation hit, which premieres in less than a week, has garnered positive reviews from critics.
In spite of similarities in their premises, The Last of Us was envisioned as a much more grounded experience than Resident Evil, according to series creator Neil Druckmann.
Neil Druckmann doesn't seem to be done with The Last of Us as a franchise, if his statements to The Hollywood Reporter are anything to go by.
Ahead of its 10th anniversary, Naughty Dog confirms the franchise has collectively sold over 37 million units worldwide.
The limited special edition version of the remake was only available in the United States upon its release earlier in the year.
"The fact that they kept it so grounded, and really made you feel – I had never experienced anything like it, and I’ve been playing video games since 1977," Craig Mazin says.
A prominent movie leaker has claimed that Neil Druckmann's next directorial project is a new The Last of Us instalment.
Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann confirms that the remake's upcoming PC port will work on Valve's handheld device.
The remake costs $59.99 on Steam and Epic Games Store, as opposed to $69.99 on the PS5.
During The Game Awards, PlayStation has revealed the official release date for the PC version of The Last of Us Part 1.
The TV series premieres on January 15th, 2023, for HBO Max and features Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as leads, Joel and Ellie.
Naughty Dog, Sony, and HBO have officially confirmed that HBO's adaptation of The Last of Us will premiere on January 15.
The series' official HBO page mentions a January 15 premier date, although HBO or Sony have yet to make an official announcement.
Following Uncharted's PC launch, the developer says it's "able to look ahead to the future of Naughty Dog games on PC more excitedly than ever."
PlayStation Studios boss Hermen Hulst says Naughty Dog's 2013 title was technologically ahead of its time, necessitating a remake with modern tech.
The remake is currently available for PS5 with improved visuals, accessibility features, AI improvements, and more. A PC version is also in development.
A new trailer shows several characters, locations, and scenes that fans of the game will recognize, and offers glimpses of new additions.
Naughty Dog and Sony might possibly be looking to celebrate The Last of Us day with a trailer for the upcoming HBO series.
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The console's 3D audio allows for hearing enemies before they sneak up, while haptic feedback lets you feel raindrops during a storm.
The Last of Us Part 1 takes the top spot, while F1 Manager 2022 comes in at No. 4. Another new release, TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection, is in at No. 3.
There are eight weapons in total, and while some are easy to find, a few are missable. Check out all of their locations here.
GamesIndustry's Christopher Dring reports that the recently-released remake has topped the charts with about half the sales that Saints Row managed last week.
Director Matthew Gallant says there's a "whole set of mechanics appropriate for Clickers" in the remake that would be "subverted" with dodging.
If you're new to The Last of Us, these handy beginners trips should be of some help to you.
The upcoming action-adventure remake's developers speak about how it attempts to improve upon the original's art design.
We compare the PS5 remake against the 2014 remaster and analyze the former's various improvements.
The Last of Us Part 1 doesn’t take many risks and ends up being an excellent but ultimately conservative remake.
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.
"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.
"It’s the most meticulously built and crafted project that I have ever seen or been a part of in my entire career," says Robert Morrison.
The ground-up action-adventure remake is launching for the PlayStation 5 in early September, with a PC version also in the works.
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.