The PlayStation 5 version of The Last of Us Part I sells for Rs 4,999. It is wholly remade from the ground up for the PS5. The game features modernised graphics, technology, facial capture animation, gameplay, and more. It is an exact recreation of the 2013 contemporary classic.
Only next-generation consoles can play the game, which is marketed as the only way to experience The Last of Us’s narrative fully. It is the 2020 release of the 2013 game’s sequel. The one which has received universal acclaim and was one of the most commercially successful first-party PlayStation games to date.
The Last of Us Part I aims to refresh players’ experiences of the contemporary classic. That is by bringing the original closer to how the sequel looked and performed.
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Mixed reactions are received from both fans and critics: The Last of Us Part I
While a segment of the gaming community concurs that the new technology is much closer to the experience to the designers’ original vision. Many also believe that the Rs 4,999 price tag may be asking too much of the player. However, this is a complete recreation of the 2013 game that has already been restored. Many fans believe that the high price tag is excessive.
One is that The Last of Us Remastered, which is still available for purchase on the PlayStation Store, will not be considered an upgrade route for anyone who had acquired the game on the PS4. If they don’t want to pay the total price, fans of 2013 original could wait until the game is discounted in the coming months.
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One of the projects Naughty Dog is presently working on is a live-service multiplayer game. The specifics of this game are still unknown. In addition, it appears that the company is also working on a fantasy game. However, that has not yet received formal confirmation.
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The Last of Us: Part I – Final Judgment
The Last of Us: Part 1 is unquestionably a faithful recreation, but it cost Rs 4,999 when it releases there. If you’ve never tried the game, I urge you to do so when it comes out since it is the only way to understand one of the most heartwarming tales ever told, honestly.
If you’ve already completed the game, it would be wise to hold off. And instead, play TLOU: Part 1 when it becomes more reasonably priced. However, things could always change in the future. PlayStation Studios should have included an upgrade route for consumers possessing the PS4 version.
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