Rumors persist, but there is still no official confirmation. It should now only be a matter of time before The Last of Us: Part II is introduced for PlayStation 5. The database entry now provides the next log to fire up the guesswork.
It’s really strange that the smash hit The Last of Us: Part II was only released for the PlayStation 4. The game was finally released in June 2020, and the PlayStation 5 was released just five months later. Accordingly, rumors have been circulating for some time about whether Naughty Dog is working on a version for Sony’s new console.
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Now there is the following indicator that there is a fully repaired version of the game at the start stage. Because as announced as the size of the PlayStation game, the game received a performance patch some time ago.
No further information is provided in this post. However, the timing seems right, after all, the Game Awards will be held on December 7, 2023. The awards ceremony is often used to announce new games.
Back in July, composer Gustavo Santaolalla hinted that an “enhanced version” of The Last of Us: Part II was in production. The rumors were most recently fueled by a LinkedIn profile in October. On developer Naughty Dog’s website, there was an explicit reference to The Last of Us: Part II Remastered. So the noose is getting tighter, following the release of The Last of Us: Part 1, a PlayStation 5 port of the successor seems more than likely.
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