A new video released compares the cinematic graphics from The Last of Us on the PlayStation 3 to The Last of Us on the PS4. The breakdown features 10 whole minutes of side-by-side comparisons between both versions of the game, and the differences may or may not be obvious to everyone.
The Last of Us: Remastered is dropping on the PlayStation 4 tomorrow. The new version includes increased visual fidelity, better graphics enhancements, as well as native 1920 x 1080p. Naughty Dog also took an opportunity to boost up the game's frame-rate from the barely-hitting-30 frames per second on the PlayStation 3 to 60 buttery frames per second on the PlayStation 4.
Naughty Dog decided to leverage the power of the PlayStation 4 to up the core specs of the award-winning 2013 outing from Sony.
The Last of Us Remastered includes all the previously released content for the game, including the DLC and add-ons that found a kind home on the PlayStation 3. Players will get the extra content for free, including the single-player and multiplayer content.
There have also been rumors that new DLC is being planned to release for both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4 versions of the game at some point down the line. The DLC is supposed to be a brand new multiplayer map pack that will extend the replay for players who like to get competitive against one another in the online portion of the game.
For those of you who don't know what The Last of Us is about, the game follows Joel and Ellie as they trek across America to Baltimore. Joel is an older guy who suffered through some terrible tragedies 20 years prior to the game's time frame where the current events take place. After suffering the tragedy Joel takes to the bottle, becoming a husk of his former self. Ellie is an outgoing young teenager who has suffered through her own forms of tragedy and setback in a life riddled with a fungal infection that turns humans into ravenous zombie types.
Players will spend the majority of the game playing as Joel, looking to keep and eye out on Ellie and protecting her from harm's way as they venture through cities overrun with deadly bandits, as well as venture through cannibal infested areas.
The game has no shortage of hard-hitting, dramatic moments that will keep players on their toes while they fight off all manner of obstacles, whether it be in the form of the infected fungal monsters to fully armed raiders.
If the graphics comparison above proves to you that the game is worth owning on the PS4, then you can look for the game to arrive digitally and on retail shelves tomorrow for $49.99.
You can learn more about the game by paying a visit to the game's official website.
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