The Last of Us Part I

New The Last of Us Remake vs Remastered Video Graphics Comparison

Yesterday, Sony released a new gameplay video for The Last of Us Part I Remake, showcasing some gameplay from Bill’s Town. And today, YouTube’s ‘Cycu1’ released a comparison video between this upcoming remake and its remastered PS4 version.

Since The Last of Us Part I has gone Gold, this video will give an idea of its graphical improvements over its remastered version. As always, some will like all of them while others may prefer specific features.

The Last of Us Part I is described as a total overhaul of the original experience. The game will incorporate modernized gameplay, improved controls and expanded accessibility options. Additionally, it will have improved effects and enhanced exploration and combat.

As we’ve already reported, Naughty Dog has replaced the 3D models of both Joel and Ellie. These new models are more in line with those found in The Last of Us Part II. The environments also look richer, and its lighting system has also seen some upgrades.

The Last of Us Part I will release on PS5 on September 2nd. Naughty Dog has stated that the game will release on PC soon after its PS5 release.


The Last of Us Part I vs Remastered Bill's Town Early Graphics Comparison


I’ve also included below a more detailed video from ElAnalistaDeBits

The Last of Us Part I | PS3 - PS4 - PS5 | Remake Graphics, Modes & FPS Comparison | Analista de Bits

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