The Last of Us is still widely regarded as one of the greatest video games in the Sony library. Most aspects of The Last of Us, from the voice acting, to the animation, to the environmental design and narration, were appreciated.
One of her impressive aspects is her way of not aging badly. While the PS4 remaster was welcome, not much has changed, as the graphics are still among the best. But it’s been nearly 10 years, and some fans are excited to relive the experience of one of their favorite games on a new generation of consoles.
The Last of Us Part 1 will be released on September 2, 2022, and will bring the much-loved survival game to PS5. When the new version was first announced at the Summer Games Festival last month, fans were at a loss as to why this game existed. Fans were unsure about the changes made from the original experience.
Naughty Dog recently released a comprehensive gameplay video, showing off the new features and all the visual mods coming to the new version.
The final trailer for Part 1 of Last of Us is at least 10 minutes long and is full of new details related to the game. The purpose of this trailer is to show fans the evolution of Naughty Dog, as well as what it added to the original Last of Us. From the experience of the United States. President Neil Druckman explains that this remake was the original vision of the game, which is now possible with technological advances.
The trailer begins with a montage of the game’s iconic scenes, and shows the original game and replay alongside. Improved lighting, new character models, 4K and 60fps, and updated environments are introduced, and they push the PS5’s capabilities to the limit.
The first part of The Last of Us brings 10 years of technological development, giving the game a whole new face. The new version redesigns its combat environments to make character interactions feel more natural. For example, when a player or AI shoot the environment, the object they shot reacts in a realistic way (shards of broken glass or shards of wood falling naturally from the object).
Naughty Dog explains that the new version uses more realistic artificial intelligence, inspired by the work done in the second part of The Last of Us. Enemies will communicate with each other and surround the player in a more natural way, which will bring more complexity and strategy. Play.
At about the fifth minute, Drcukmann explains some of the game modes to reproduce: there is the permadeath mode and the mentioned Speedrun. Added to this is also a wealth of new beauty options for Ellie and Jewel, including weapon skins and outfits. Character models have also been shown, which can be viewed in a tab within the game.
Naughty Dog has been on top when it comes to accessibility, and looks forward to continuing that trend in the new version. This trailer reveals that this is the first PlayStation game to have an audio description built in and a color blindness mode. There will definitely be more accessibility options when it launches in September.
The trailer details some of the PS5-exclusive features included in the new version, starting with 3D audio, which will make the game more immersive and frightening (especially during the Stalker sequence). DualSense features are also discussed, with each weapon having its own resistance level for adaptive controller triggers.
For example, the gun will produce two distinct vibrations, one after the first shot, and a second when Joel reloads the gun. These feelings will be present throughout the game, from shooting to gallop hitting, to stroking a giraffe.
In the days following the announcement of the remake, a large number of fans began expressing their confusion about the existence of the remake. For them, The Last of Us Remastered was more than a sufficient release, and the reworking of the game a few years later felt awkward at best, and Naughty Dog’s greed at worst. Before fans saw the gameplay improvements, many described the new version as a cash grab.
But thanks to this trailer, the general consensus on the new version has improved. It’s clear that Naughty Dog has done a lot of work for this new release. While the developer hasn’t redesigned the game from scratch, some aspects seem to match the bar set by The Last of Us Part 2.
However, The Last of Us Part 1 is sold for €79.99. For some, that price is a hindrance to what is essentially a ten-year-old game with some remastered textures and gameplay, but for others, that price is well worth the definitive version of their favorite game.
Source – Translation: Gamerant
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