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Friday, 11 April 2014 08:12

Last Of Us to be remastered for PS4

Written by David Stellmack

Targeted for 1080p 60 fps gameplay

Developer Naughty Dog has revealed that once The Last Of Us was released on the PlayStation 3 that the title re-entered development to create an ultimate version of the game for the PlayStation 4. The remastered version is targeting a resolution of 1080p with a frame rate of 60 fps.

With development already at a year for the remastered PS4 version of the game, the big thing we can expect according to the development team is graphics that have been turned up all the way to 11. Draw distances are farther, improved shadows, better lighting, and of course much improved and higher resolution character models.

The biggest reason to do this is because the fans wanted it and as a result the studio says that they have doubled down and put maximum effort behind the development of the remastered edition of the game for the PlayStation 4. The remastered edition of The Last of Us will arrive for PlayStation 4 owners this summer and will include all of the major released DLC for the game.

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