Naughty Dog has released a new clip of The Last of Us Part 1, which compares a short horseback riding sequence from the PS5 remake to the original.
You can watch the video here:
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The Last of Us Remastered certainly doesn’t look bad on the PS4. The graphical leap that the PS5 remake shows is still remarkable. We see significantly improved textures in the environment and in particular the light and shadow effects are more atmospheric than before.
The graphical/technical improvements of the remake at a glance:
- improved character and enemy models
- refined animations and facial expressions
- more detailed environments with atmospheric and more modern light and shadow effects
- revised explosion, smoke and destruction effects
In addition, The Last of Us Part 1 will offer two graphics modes:
- native 4K at 30 FPS
- dynamic 4k at 60 FPS
What is behind the graphics modesexplains tech expert Chris in more detail in this GamePro article:
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The graphical innovations really shine in just one of the picture modes
More scenes from the remake in the trailer: In this 10-minute video, Naughty Dog gives you a closer look at the improvements and new features of the remake:
Preload and download size
- Preload Deadline: August 26, 2022
- Release date: September 2, 2022
The Last of Us Part 1 will take up a surprising amount of space on your PS5 SSD at 79GB. To save time or to be able to get started right away at launch, you have the option of preloading the post-apocalyptic adventure a week before launch.
In addition to a graphical and technical overhaul, a handful of new features await you with the remake, including the permadeath mode and over 60 accessibility options.
You can find all the features of The Last of Us Remake in this GamePro article.
Are you getting The Last of Us Part 1?