Last of Us Part I: Naughty Dog releases new comparison video

Less than a month before the release of The Last of Us Part I for PlayStation 5, Naughty Dog released, this Thursday (4), a new gameplay clip that compares the upcoming remake with The Last of Us Remastered, for PS4.

The video, which shows Joel riding a horse, was published on the studio’s official Twitter profile and unfortunately has a lot of artifact due to image compression. Nevertheless, it is possible to notice that the passage has a denser vegetation and other visual updates that bring the experience closer to 2020’s The Last of Us Part II.

It is worth remembering that the developer made a more detailed demonstration approximately two weeks ago, including highlighting the new accessibility options, as audio descriptionOand updates from artificial intelligencel that were applied in the new version.

Despite this, The Last of Us Part I has been the subject of controversy since its announcement at Summer Game Fest in June. The main reason is related to its price, which is the same as any other launch on the platform — R$349.90 in Brazil or US$70.00 in the US.

Also, many users questioned the need for a remake given that the 2014 remastered version is still perfectly playable today. Criticism mounted after leaks indicated that The Last of Us Part I would not feature gameplay improvements, unlike the second game in the series.

It is worth remembering that The Last of Us Part I is scheduled for release on September 2 on PlayStation 5. A PC version is also in production, but it should arrive shortly afterwards.

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