The Last of Us left its mark on the world of video games. After an excellent first installment released in 2013, Naughty Dog surprised fans with a The Last of Us Part II even darker. A remake of the first opus is on the horizon, with so few differences that players are crying foul. Faced with controversy, a developer finds himself forced to speak out.
a forced response
For a few years now, gamers have been served by the release of countless remakes and other remastered versions. A more or less heated content that some publishers have decided to release all the sauces. And after releasing on PlayStation 3 in 2013 and PlayStation 4 the following year, The Last of Us will land on PlayStation 5 this year. Announced with great fanfare on at the Summer Game Fest, despite leaks upstream, this remake is titled The Last of Us Part I and finds himself announced for the
A remake whose trailer, visible just above, did not convince all the spectators. Yet presented as “a faithful remake“whose”completely redesigned version of the original experience, reproduced faithfully, but with modernized gameplay, improved controls and even more accessibility options“of a game”Fully recreated using Naughty Dog’s latest PS5 engine technology that features enhanced visual fidelity, DualSense wireless controller functionality integration, and more“, The Last of Us Part I met with strong criticism.
In the comment section of the trailer, on YouTube, the outcry was immediate. “Honestly, this is what the game looks like in my memories…“, “I can’t wait to see the remake, but it shouldn’t cost $70” or “A lot of people are right that it doesn’t have to be a thing, and the price is quite outrageous….but I’m most definitely going to buy it because I think it’s an edition welcome and that serious work has been put in place.” can we read in particular.
Despite the criticism, the game has received widespread support from gamers eager to bring a cult PlayStation 3 game back to PlayStation 5. Studio, the development studio behind Days Gonein particular, wanted to speak on Twitter. HAS note that Morrison is no stranger to The Last of Us Part 1, since he worked on the project before changing jobs. He also worked on god of war (2018), Injustice 2 and Resident Evil 7a busy CV.
“It’s just a cash grab”
Actually it’s the most meticulously built and crafted project that I have ever seen or been a part of in my entire career. The highest level of care and attention to detail possible. pic.twitter.com/csjZ3kZMyG
“It’s just a way to make a quick buck”
In fact, it is the most meticulously constructed and elaborate project I have ever seen or been involved with in my entire career. The highest level of care and attention to detail possible.
The price of the game is out of my control and worth is subjective to each individual. You can decide for yourself if you want it or not. All I’m saying is I am in awe of the work that an amazing group of people did on the project. A tremendous amount of passion was put into it.
The price of the game is beyond my control and its value is subjective to each individual. You can decide for yourself whether you want it or not. All I’m saying is that I’m impressed with the work of an amazing group of people on this project. A tremendous amount of passion has been put into this project.
According to Morrison’s experience, The Last of Us Part 1 would be none other than “the most meticulously constructed and elaborate project“that he has seen of his career. Particular attention would have been given to the details, enough to make fans of the game roar. of remastered versions, with a few exceptions. The Last of Us Part 1 is already available for pre-order at a price of €79.99 in its Standard edition and €89.99 for its digital Deluxe edition.
On your side, what do you think of this remake? Are you planning to buy it? Do you find it too expensive? Feel free to respond to us via the comment section below.