The biggest novelty appears to be a “roguelike survival mode” called No Return that is “designed to allow players to prove themselves in randomized encounters and experiences.” He The last of us Part II combat in a new experience,” Naughty Dog’s Jonathon Dornbush said in the announcement blog post. You’ll be able to play as some new characters and work your way through “various combat and stealth encounters that pit you against a variety of enemies, with unique twists that can add new and unexpected factors to any encounter.”
As for technical improvements, Dornbush says the game offers native 4K output in fidelity mode, 1440p upscaled to 4K when in performance mode, and if you’re using a VRR-compatible TV, there’s an option to unlock the frame rate. You can also expect improved loading times and DualSense features like haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.
In addition to the new roguelike mode, there’s also a new guitar-less game mode with unlockable instruments, the ability to experience some incomplete levels that were cut from the original game, developer commentary for those cut levels and the main campaign scenes, and one gear. run mode.
If you are already an owner The last of us Part II On PS4, you can upgrade to the digital version of Remastered for $10. You can also transfer your save games from the original to Remastered.
Unfortunately, the second season of the excellent HBO series The last of us adaptation may be a long way off; In the meantime, at least you can play Remastered to refresh some of the story beats we could see unfold.