In the context: The Summer Games Festival on Thursday was full of announcements and updates for games that will be available on all platforms. The developers have provided new information about upcoming, highly anticipated titles between gameplay and cinematic teasers. If you’re only interested in trailers, check out our review.

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playful puppy on condition the best look at what we could expect from a next-gen remake of The Last of Us. Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann said the remake is a carbon copy of TLOU. usage the same performances from the original line-up. Of course, the graphics are improved – as if the game could look even more amazing than PS4 Pro Remaster Judge for yourself in the trailer below.

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However, the game is not just a new coat of paint to use. power ps5 and PC. Without going into details, Druckmann says the team has overhauled the combat system and AI. The game will also use Sony’s 3D spatial audio, which should add an immersive effect as you hide from clickers trying to find you with echolocation. The gameplay will also feature adaptive DualSense controller triggers and improved haptic feedback.

Naughty Dog joins a growing list of developers implementing availability patches for your games. The remake will have many more features to help disabled players than the original or even The Last of Us Part II, which won Accessibility Innovation Award at Game Awards 2020.

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The game will be released in three versions. The base game is $70 and includes the excellent Left Behind prequel DLC. The Digital Deluxe Edition costs $80 and unlocks additional content including explosive arrows, weapon skins, a fast track mode, and modifiers for faster crafting and healing.

The Premium Firefly Edition is a physical collector’s edition that includes everything from cheaper records to a steel book cover and four issues of The Last of Us: American Dreams comic. Unfortunately, this edition sold out in the blink of an eye.

Pre-orders for digital as well as physical versions are already open, and the first players receive a couple of additional privileges – bonus add-ons and bonus weapon parts.

Druckmann also revealed a few details about the upcoming TLOU multiplayer game, which is still in development. This version will not just be an MMO with TLOU characters. Druckmann said it was an entirely new story with never-before-seen characters, set in a new location and developed from the ground up as a standalone title.

“[It’s] as big as any of our single player games, and in some ways even bigger,” Druckmann said.

Boss Naughty Dog hasn’t indicated if TLOU’s multiplayer will be a free-to-play game, but it goes without saying that it will operate under a live service model like Fortnite. So, a free game with microtransactions.

The Last of Us Part I will release on PlayStation 5 on September 2, 2022, with a PC version coming later. The Last of Us multiplayer doesn’t have a release window yet, but Naughty Dog promises to give us more information about it next year.