The impending PS5 remake for The Last of Us, which will be dubbed The Last of Us Part 1, has been given the go-light by the developer Naughty Dog, who made the announcement. This effectively indicates that the game’s major development has been finished, and Sony has been provided with the final, master version of the game to release. You may view the announcement that was made on Twitter along with a short trailer that has been embedded below.
The Last of Us Part 1 is a ground-up remake of the groundbreaking success from 2013, and it was announced back in June. It was revealed to the public shortly before its official announcement, with Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann demonstrating the game during Summer Game Fest. The existence of the game was revealed to the public before its official announcement.
The remaster includes a number of changes, including promised advancements in the areas of combat, movement, stealth, and artificial intelligence, amongst other things. The game’s aesthetics are also going to undergo a significant redesign, which should go without saying at this point.
The first installment of The Last of Us is scheduled to be released for the PS5 on September 2. In the not too distant future, there will also be a release for PC. For our opinions on The Last of Us Part 1, here are some of the reasons why it seems like a cash grab (even though the developers of the game swear that it isn’t).