‘The Last of Us 2’ Release Date, News & Update: Voice Actor Nolan North Hints on Title; But What About the Remastered Version?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Nov 12, 2016 05:00 AM EST
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The videogame industry is all set to receive "The Last of Us 2," but nothing concrete has been said about the new title. Rumors flared when voice actor Nolan North, who played Nathan Drake on Uncharted 4 said, the team is definitely contemplating on a sequel. Despite his reassurance, Naughty Dog has not confirmed such title.

It could be an alternative, because instead of releasing "The Last of Us 2," the game developer launched "The Last of Us" Remastered. Unfortunately, the remastered version is dealing with glitches on the PS4 Pro platform. As part of the console's introductory title, fans are expected to expect the best from the game and the developer; it looks like they're heading for a disappointment.

According to the Polygon, "The Last of Us" Remastered drops frame rate whenever it's played on 60 fps mode at 1800p. It's a nuisance that 60 fps gamers are quite dealing at the moment. Nevertheless, according to the website, the PS4 Pro title perfectly runs on 30 fps and runs smoothly on 4K gaming; a positive note on the glitch, but is highly criticized by gamers.

The glitch only fired up rumors that, "The Last of Us 2" may arrive soon as this is not what players expected in the first place. While it seem bleak at the moment, rumors suggest that, the sequel if it's really under development will not arrive until 2020. That is 4-5 years waiting. The time span also confirms previous hearsay that "The Last of Us 2" may not even arrive on this decade.

Meanwhile, fans can still hold on to North's previous statement, that "The Last of Us 2" is currently shaping and the whole team has acted on some sort of brainstorming. For more news and update on the The Last of Us 2 title, keep posted by reading us here on GameNGuide.

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