The PS Plus Deluxe/Premium plan currently offers a two-hour free trial of The Last of Us Part I. To celebrate the launch of the Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey-starring The Last of Us series, the popular Naughty Dog game’s PS5 remake is being made available. The first episode of the HBO series debuted on Disney+ Hotstar in India on Monday morning after premiering on Sunday in the US. Naughty Dog’s “remake” follows the same emotional journey of grizzled loner Joel and teenager Ellie through a post-apocalyptic American landscape, while also adding a host of technical advancements. The original 2013 PS3 game was itself given a PS4 remaster in 2014.
The game, which is currently PS5-only, is a little on the pricey side at Rs. 4,999 for the full experience, especially if you’ve already played the original or the PS4 remaster. To test the waters and decide whether the upgrades are worthwhile at full price, however, this two-hour trial period ought to be sufficient. Regarding the visual advantages, The Last of Us Part I on the PS5 runs at 4K resolution, with a smooth 60 frames per second at dynamic settings and native 30 frames per second. The trigger effects and haptic feedback of the DualSense controller are also a nice addition. Character models have also been updated to resemble those in The Last of Us Part II, the controversial and graphic sequel to the game. It now has a “permadeath” mode for the masochists out there, the enemy AI feels smarter, and flying bullets can now rip through surrounding objects.
A monthly subscription to PS Plus Deluxe/Premium, which includes cloud storage, game trails, and a package of classic PS Classics titles, costs Rs. 849 and provides seamless multiplayer across PS4 and PS5. The hack-and-slasher Devil May Cry 5, the story-driven episodic Life is Strange, and the co-op zombie-hunting survival game Back 4 Blood were among the nine new releases that Sony unveiled earlier this month. These games were made available to PS Plus Extra and Deluxe subscribers.
The Last of Us Part I, a remake, was nominated for The Game Awards 2022’s “Innovation in Accessibility” category but lost to God of War Ragnarök. The former provided more than 60 accessibility options for players with visual, auditory, and motor impairments. The Last of Us Part I’s PC release was supposed to happen “very soon” after its August PS5 release, but it appears Naughty Dog is taking its sweet time. On March 3, the PC version will be available on Steam and the Epic Games Store.
PS Plus Deluxe/Premium members can currently download a two-hour free trial of The Last of Us Part I; monthly memberships begin at Rs. 849. The game’s standard edition, which is only available for the PS5, costs Rs. 4,999.
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