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The Last of Us Part II Remastered revealed with quick release on PS5

Players eager to know how Ellie and Joel’s adventure continues can soon find out in a nicer way. After all, Naughty Dog and Sony have announced The Last of Us Part II Remastered, with a quick release on the PS5.

This year, The Last of Us has gained many new fans through the series of the same name on HBO Max. The show has broken many records when it comes to ratings and many viewers can’t wait for the next season. Season 2 will only be released in 2025.

Fortunately, fans can also continue Ellie and Joel’s adventure in another way. Sony and Naughty Dog have announced that The Last of Us Part II Remastered is coming for the PlayStation 5. The new version of the game is also coming soon, as its release is scheduled for Jan. 19, 2024.

What will change about The Last of Us Part II?

Like The Last of Us Part I, the game, which originally came out for the PlayStation 4 in 2020, will receive a major graphical upgrade. There will be support for 4K and VRR, of course, as well as enhanced textures, improved shadows, smoother animations and more. Of course, other benefits of the PS5 are also just around the corner, such as shorter load times thanks to the SSD and features for the DualSense controller.

The Last of Us Part II Remastered additionally comes with a brand new mode called No Return. According to Naughty Dog, it is a “roguelike survival mode. Players are thrown into random encounters in the mode, in which they must survive. There are several characters to choose from, all with their own traits, resulting in their own play style.

Players who already have The Last of Us Part II can upgrade inexpensively to the Remastered version of the game.

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Justin is a gaming journalist known for his coverage of the video game industry, with a focus on the business and labor practices of major video game companies. He is a contributing editor at Fragster and has written for a variety of other publications, including Wired and Polygon. He is known for his investigative reporting and his efforts to shed light on the often tumultuous inner workings of the video game industry.

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