Following yesterday night’s (official) reveal of The Last of Us Part 1 for PlayStation 5, Sony has released a few trailers demonstrating the differences between the Remastered version and the future remake.
First and foremost, we have Joel.
The spotlight now turns to Ellie.
Finally, here is a wider comparison shot.
Sony’s The Last of Us Part 1 remake, one of the industry’s worst-kept secrets, has leaked ahead of tonight’s Summer Game Fest. So, yeah, that is true. Not only is it true, but it will be released on September 2nd for the PlayStation 5 at a retail price of $70.
With this revelation came our first glimpse at the remake in action, courtesy of a brand-new trailer. Look it up below.
As you can see, the Ellie and Joel we first met in 2013 have a much sleeker appearance, yet they are unmistakably still them. There’s conflict, there’s sympathy, and there are enough clickers to keep you thinking throughout this revelation. The game’s DLC – Left Behind – will also be included in this remake, which is a wonderful touch.
We also learn at the conclusion of the trailer that the remake will be released on PC at some point, though no time limit is specified.
So, what can we draw from all of this? When Sony disclosed that its PC and mobile games will account for nearly half of all PlayStation game releases by 2025 and that it aimed to generate a handsome $300 million on PC games alone this fiscal year (which ends March 2023), it plainly wasn’t messing around.
Along with The Last of Us, Sony fans can look forward to Marvel’s Spider-Man landing on PC in August.
In the autumn, he will be closely followed by his partner-in-crime Miles Morales.
In the universe of The Last of Us, HBO’s TV version is set to premiere next year, with Pedro Pascal playing Joel and Bella Ramsay playing Ellie.
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