New The Last of Us Part I comparison videos have been shared online focusing on certain aspects of the recently released game.
Two new comparison videos, put together by Cycu1, compare all the cutscenes between the remake and remastered releases in 16:9 and 21:9 aspect ratios. These videos are obviously full of spoilers, so those who have never experienced the game developed by Naughty Dog should avoid watching them.
Another comparison video shared by ElAnalistaDeBits focuses on graphics details and compares them with those featured in the sequel, such as animations, physics, environments, and more.
The Last of Us Part I is a remake of one of the best games developed by Naughty Dog. The remake doesn’t make any major changes over the remaster, but visual and mechanical enhancements greatly improve the experience, as Kai highlights in his review:
Completely remade for Sony’s latest console generation, if this is the first time a player gets a chance to experience the story after the outbreak, this is undoubtedly the best version to play. Both visual and mechanical enhancements bring this title to life like no other Naughty Dog game has done before. However, the omission of the multiplayer component lamented by fans of the original cannot be ignored to keep The Last of Us Part I a perfect gaming experience.
The Last of Us Part I is now available on PlayStation 5 worldwide. The game is yet to release on PC on a certain date.
Experience emotional storytelling and unforgettable characters in The Last of Us, the winner of over 200 Game of the Year awards.
In a devastated civilization where infected and hardened survivors run rampant, Joel, a weary hero, is hired to escort 14-year-old Ellie out of a military quarantine zone. However, what starts out as a small job soon turns into a brutal cross-country journey.
It includes the full The Last of Us single-player story and the celebrated prequel chapter, Left Behind, which explores the events that changed the lives of Ellie and her best friend Riley forever.
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