The remake was the loudest announcement of Summer Game Fest

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Last of USA part 1 is approaching. Again. Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann announced the news today during Summer Game Fest, which kicked off this year at pseudo-E3. The game is making the transition from its PlayStation 3 origins to a “complete remake” for PS5.

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Unfortunately, Druckmann is a bit late to the party. Sony leaked the news via PlayStation Direct ahead of today’s announcement.

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Leaks happen all time in games. And Naughty Dog had a light leak twice. Back in 2020, ahead of the highly anticipated sequel, The Last of Us Part 2, spread of leaks key information about the game, including highlights of the plot.

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What’s particularly noteworthy about this case is that it wasn’t a leak, but that the remake was still the biggest news of the event. The otherwise manual start of Summer Game Fest has gone through a variety of titles, including Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Gotham Knights, Aliens: Dark Descentas well as Storm Gatenew game from ex Starcraft 2 developers Small titles, for example neon whitereceived release dates (June 16) and Coffee Stain Studio showed off a new goat simulator. Compared to the pompous events of yesteryear, this was an oddly subdued display case.

If it seems that soon to redo Last of us– he is not even ten years old – think about the time. HBO is currently developing an adaptation of the game featuring Game of Thrones stars Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey. And according to Sony, its sequel, The Last of Us Part 2, has sold over 10 million copies. Naughty Dog also has plans to expand the franchise with a standalone multiplayer game, a task that requires the studio to grow “significantly” in order to create one.

In any case, if you somehow missed the original game on PS3 and then the PS4 remaster again, you’ll have a chance to play the upgraded version on PS5 on September 2nd. It’s also in development for PC because you haven’t seen the latest of it for sure.

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