The Last of Us: Part II Remastered is facing criticism for its re-release, despite still looking impressive and being recently released. However, the new edition introduces several changes worth considering. In addition to improved textures and overall graphics, players will receive several enhancements. The game will be available in 4K resolution at 30 fps (Fidelity mode) or in 1440p resolution at 60 fps (Performance mode). The new version also features support for VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and HDR mode. Additionally, a new No Return mode and Guitar Free Play will be offered. Players will also have access to behind-the-scenes materials and previously deleted levels (The Lost Levels). The developers also promise that the game’s loading times will be shortened.
In terms of textures themselves, the differences are subtle and may not be immediately noticeable. However, upon closer inspection, it can be seen that most textures are more detailed. Interestingly, this does not significantly affect the gameplay experience. It is also worth noting that the rendering distance has been increased, meaning objects now load at greater distances. As for special effects, lighting, and shadow quality, no major changes have been observed. The entire game still looks excellent.
The new edition of The Last of Us: Part II Remastered will be available for 219 zł. However, if you own the original version of the game, there will be an option to upgrade for 40 zł.