Expected for September 2nd, 2022, The Last of Us Remake has just revealed its weight and will be much higher than TLOU Remastered on PS4. Free up space on your SSD and/or heat up your connection.
The Last of Us Remake will be back on PS5 and PC on September 2, 2022. And as we saw in a comparison video, it promises to be stunning. But this beauty comes at a price: increasing the weight of the game.
The Last of Us Remake Double Presque Son Poids
The final The Last of Us Remake will be the last, probably unpatched one to rock around 79 go. That’s more than the 49GB of TLOU Remastered on PS4. A preponderance that is explained by the technical improvements for a game running on the Naughty Dog House engine but in a new generation PS5 version. But that said, it’s still very reasonable for a next-gen title.
Thanks to advances in technology and materials, we’ve been able to push the boundaries of visual fidelity and interactivity. We’ve modernized gameplay, improved controls, and added accessibility options to this single-player experience so as many people as possible can enjoy it. Effects, exploration and combat have also been improved. We harness the full power of the PS5 with 3D audio, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. Longtime fans and newcomers alike will have the opportunity to experience or rediscover The Last of Us Part I and its prologue Left Behind in a whole new way.
The gameplay of TLOU Part 1 is said to be modeled after that of The Last of Us 2. That’s what journalist Jason Schreier suggested. And given the even more visceral side, the improved infiltration part, we’re absolutely excited to see the result.