The Last of Us Part I, Digital Foundry analyzed the Remake

Since its initial release in 2013, The Last of Us from Naughty Dog has garnered a huge following on PlayStation which has grown thanks to a remastered for PS4 and a popular sequel. The co-chair of Naughty Dog Neil Druckmann joined the Summer Game Fest this year to reveal The Last of Us Part 1a remake of the first game for PS5and fans of The Last of Us they are already analyzing the video shown during the event.

The Summer Game Fest has been full of announcements from major gaming companies such as Capcom, Devolver Digital, Xbox And PlayStation prepared with news about the remake of The Last of Us for PS5 and with a real announcement trailer for the announced project.

In addition to the upcoming remake, the series is also in the works HBO from TloU which will adapt the first title and offer fans a way to impersonate and watch the heroes survive in the post-apocalyptic world. The channel YouTube Digital Foundry recently made a video highlighting the differences between the worlds of TloU Part 1 and remastered for PS4and shows how the new title could look a lot like TloU Part 2.

The video of Digital Foundry focuses on high-quality screenshots and trailer clips from the video of 90 seconds revealed by Naughty Dog during the Summer Game Fest. From the first comparison, The Last of Us Part 1 features greatly improved graphics that go beyond upscaling, with environments offering modifications to existing landmarks and dense foliage to reflect the post-apocalyptic world of TloU more effectively than remastered for PS4. Fans may also notice improved reflections, detail and ambient clutter, better lighting, and minor changes to the placement of some objects.

The Last of Us Remake

According to Digital Foundrythe remake uses technology similar to that of The Last of Us Part 2 based on the trailer footage versus the game scenes. Video analytics emphasizes this with side-by-side footage of scenes from The Last of Us Part 1 And Part 2 which both appear to have a resolution of 1440p to 60FPS. The remake analysis for PS5 also highlights the similarities between the models of the characters of The Last of Us Part 2 and the remastering of the first game, while the cinematics and playable areas look much better despite following the same level design and camera work as The Last of Us.

The movie of The Last of Us highlighted by Digital Foundry shows a game almost identical to the original version of the 2013 with fundamentally improved graphics, which may appeal to some fans of the original who have skipped the remastered or PS4 sequel. Many fans did not immediately notice the visual improvements during the debut of the remake trailer at the Summer Game Festbut the comparison video of Digital Foundry he opened his eyes to the changes. The Last of Us Part 1 it also promises gameplay improvements to accompany the cosmetic update, but it is currently unclear whether it will be more like The Last of Us Part 2 or the original title.

The Last of Us Part 1 will come out for PC And PS5 the 2 September.