The Last of Us: Remastered is Hard to Describe Running at 1080p/60fps – Loads High-Res Data and Upgrades Everything

A couple of months ago, Sony announced that a next-gen port of Naughty Dog's all-time hit and most remarkable last-gen PlayStation 3 exclusive action-adventure survival horror video game known as The Last of Us will be coming to the PlayStation 4 next month. Since the announcement, The Last of Us: Remastered has been praised a lot by the developers and it looks like the game will be a greater hit when it launches on the PlayStation 4. Here are some more details from the developers of the game.

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The Last of Us Remastered is Hard to Describe Running at 1080p/60fps - Upgrades Literally Everything and Still Loads High-Res Data Much Faster

The Last of Us: Remastered is an enhanced version of the most celebrated PlayStation 3 exclusive title called The Last of Us, which is the winner of over 200 2013 game of the year awards. According to the developer, The Last of Us: Remastered will have stunning new visual quality and rich in-game environments. The game is fully optimized for the PlayStation 4 at 1080p/60fps and will be released on July 29, 2014 with bonus downloadable content and expansion packs.

Recently, two Naughty Dog developers, namely Ramy El Garawany and Drew Thaler, shared some important bits regarding the upcoming The Last of Us: Remastered. Praising the game's good looks via Twitter, Ramy El Garawany stated that the game is hard to describe running at 1080p/60fps and that he can't wait for everyone to experience it.

Drew Thaler added his comments by saying that development work on the game is almost complete and it looks beautiful as anything. He also said that the game takes up a full disc by upgrading literally everything, even the audio. The game loads much more high resolution data compared to The Last of Us on PlayStation 3, but it is still faster at 60fps.

When asked, Drew further clarified that he was referring to both The Last of Us: Remastered and Uncharted: A Thief's End when he said "This game is going to look so damn good."

With all this tease and appraisal, the crowd for The Last of Us remastered is growing with every passing day and the hype is continuously getting bigger. Sony has not revealed any gameplay footage yet but it looks like it won't be necessary now as the release date is just around next month. What do you think about the game? Do let us know in the comments section below.


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