‘The Last of Us Remastered’ Latest News & Update: Patch Allows 4K Resolution at 30fps for PlayStation 4 Pro

By Regin Olimberio , Updated Nov 01, 2016 09:02 PM EDT
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Gamers that plan to take advantage of Sony's newest console PlayStation 4 Pro and its forward compatibility 4K are going to be happy that the tech giant worked with developer Naughty Dog to provide support for "The Last of Us Remastered."

Update Patch 1.07 for "The Last of Us Remastered" is just a tiny update pack but has huge impact for those aiming for better resolution which PlayStation 4 Pro offers. According to Attack of the Fanboy, the patch note has three notable lines that include support for the former. Graphics and sound were covered as well. This means High Dynamic Range display and better stereo quality for audio.

Come to think of it, update 1.07 is actually the third reiteration that carries a header "The Last of Us Remastered." The original title was released way back during PlayStation 3 era. Then it received a revamped version for PS4. Then here we go for the third replay with PlayStation 4 Pro inheriting an improved version.

Does Naughty Dog's decision to make "The Last of Us Remastered" a viable option? Power up Gaming said that universal accolades and high score of 95 from Metacritics are sufficient push for this revamp. Another reason is the flexibility of graphics in PlayStation 4 Pro. These include 4K quality at 30fps or lowing the graphics at 1080p but speedier 60fps. Thus making "The Last of Us Remastered" a decision between graphics quality and better frame rate.

Then the next question that needs answer is if "The Last of Us Remastered" is going to be the last time Naughty Dog will update the title for new console. Logically, the demand for this game has dwindled over the years though it is safe to presume that it still has formidable foothold. This is the case especially with long-time players who will have the chance to relive the experience come Nov 8 release date.

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