The Last of Us: Part 1: Developers Promise Advanced Graphics, AI & Even Better Localisation [VIDEO]

First, we had a chance to admire the Spanish version of The Last of Us: Part 1, accompanied by commentary from the Naughty Dog team.



As we’ve known for a while now, Naughty Dog is making a remake of The Last of Us, officially titled The Last of Us: Part 1, and promises that the PS5 and the PC performance will significantly improve the graphics of the original game. Shortly afterwards, PlayStation released the first official English-language gameplay footage, complete with commentary from the developers.

The remake improves facial animation and artificial intelligence and introduces accessibility features.

Now, the Japanese brand has taken a similar step and is presenting the same video with Spanish voices, making it easier to communicate with players who didn’t understand the English version. They also promise that there will be more localised versions. Having said that, Naughty Dog has provided some essential information about the graphical changes in The Last of Us: Part 1, focusing on the characters’ facial animation.

In addition, it’s worth noting that this video also serves to highlight some of the essential new features in The Last of Us: Part 1, including more realistic AI, over 60 access options, a permanent death mode and, unsurprisingly, the unique features of the DualSense controller.

In addition, the video confirms that the remake will be playable in native 4K resolution and 30 FPS, or dynamic 4K and 60 FPS.

The enhanced adventure will be available from September 2, the PS5 release date of The Last of Us: Part 1. This announcement hasn’t convinced all PlayStation gamers, with many claiming that there are no significant differences compared to the PS3 version. But Naughty Dog is defending the title as if it’s the most important project they’ve ever worked on…

Source: ExportsExtras

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