'The Last Of Us: Remastered' Release Date, News & Update: Game Updated With HDR For PlayStation 4; Confirmed PlayStation 4 Pro Support On November Release

By Daniel Flores , Updated Nov 02, 2016 11:29 AM EDT
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Days before Sony unveils PlayStation 4 Pro to the public, Naughty Dog just recently revealed that "The Last Of Us: Remastered" will have a PS4 Pro support for the gaming console. Meanwhile, "The Last Of Us: Remastered" on the PlayStation 4 will promote a High Dynamic Range or HDR feature that fans of the game can download on their PS4 consoles.

'The Last Of Us: Remastered' HDR Patch For PS4

According to Polygon, fans and gamers alike of "The Last Of Us: Remastered" can now download Patch 1.07 on their PlayStation 4 consoles. Besides the HDR feature, the update will also bring an improved quality of stereo audio for "The Last Of Us: Remastered" in the gaming console.

The news outlet also provides image comparisons of "The Last Of Us: Remastered" with the SDR feature and the HDR feature. The HDR feature has proven to have more depth in color contrast and in-game graphics feature when gamers get to play "The Last Of Us: Remastered" on the PS4.

'The Last Of Us: Remastered' Support For The PlayStation 4 Pro

GameRant reports that "The Last Of Us: Remastered" will be joining the PlayStation 4 Pro's forward compatible games when the gaming console hits the market. It would be possible that Naughty Dog will have a spike in sales when the "The Last Of Us: Remastered" on the PS4 Pro will soon be available for the public.

However, the game developers risks a possibility that "The Last Of Us: Remastered" will be a flop as the majority of the gaming community already owns the game title. "The Last Of Us: Remastered" for the PlayStation 4 Pro will be a gamble for Naughty Dog and its team when the game release in the market.

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