Until now, we’ve seen the trailer and a handful of graphics comparison clips from The Last Of Us Part 1 – showcasing everything from Dualsense support, lighting, improved AI, and more. Naughty Dog has now posted a short clip to their social media to demonstrate the differences between the PS4 and PS5. As you’d expect – the PS5 remake looks a world away from its predecessor. It may be a short clip, yet the selected scene from a graphical standpoint is astonishingly realistic. 

The sound is notably refined and sharper, the lightning is noticeably brighter and true to life – while the improvements to the game’s textures and environment have been bought to life by next-gen technology. You can watch the scene, taken from the Fall chapter of the story – at the link below. 

The upcoming remake, headed up by Naughty Dog’s Matthew Gallant and Shaun Escayg, has been described by studio Co-President and original director Neil Druckmann as “the definitive version of the first game that [isn’t] encumbered by any technology.” 

An animator with Naughty Dog, Robert Morrison, recently responded to criticisms on social media from fans that the remake was “just a cash grab.” Morrison, who held a position at Playstation’s Visual Arts Studio and worked on The Last of Us Part 1, described the project as “the most meticulously built and crafted project that I have ever seen or been a part of in my entire career.” 

In a later post, Morrison added that he was “in awe of the work that an amazing group of people did on the project. A tremendous amount of passion was put into it.”

The Last Of Us Part 1 will launch on the PS5 on September 2, with a PC version coming at an unspecified date in the future. For all updates on The Last of Us, including a standalone multiplayer title coming next year, stay tuned right here at GameLuster. 

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