The Last Of Us Part 2 Remastered was revealed simply the other day, and luckily Naughty Dog has actually currently described an upgrade course for existing proprietors, which is excellent information for those worried regarding totally rebuying a game that’s hardly a baby’s age.
“And good news for existing owners of The Last Of Us Part 2 on PlayStation 4,” checks out Naughty Dog’s news blog post. “You will be able to upgrade to a digital version of [Remastered] for $10 USD at launch,” it proceeds, “You’ll also be able to import your saves from the original game to Part II Remastered.” So much, there’s no word on just how much the Remaster will certainly set you back without updating from an existing duplicate.
For those that possess the action-horror follow up electronically, you’ll have the ability to update on the PlayStation Store when the Remaster goes down on January 19, 2024. Physical disc proprietors can additionally update by merely placing their PS4 discs right into their classy PS5s (the ones with the disc drives, clearly) and paying the upgrade cost customarily.
The Remaster, as anticipated, includes a lots of technological renovations to the currently practically remarkable game. But the group is additionally including a multitude of interesting web content, consisting of an additional roguelike setting, formerly reduced degrees with designer discourse connected, and some brand-new skins for our preferred frenemies Ellie and Abby. You can review all the modifications and enhancements in our roundup from yesterday.
Elsewhere in The Last Of Us’ dark and ugly cosmos, the HBO program’s 2nd period will certainly start recording in “early 2024” following a delay due to the actor’s strike. Meanwhile, the multiplayer project, colloquially referred to as Factions 2, is reportedly on bumpy water, even though the director recently claimed it’s still being worked on.
Our original The Last Of Us Part 2 review called the sometimes-controversial game “ambitious” and “epic.”