The Last of Us speculations have circulated for months. Summer Game Fest revealed that it’s The Last of Us Chapter 1. Comparison shots of The Last of Us Remastered as well as the PS5 Remake reveal a dramatic distinction.
Due to the fact that The Last of Us is among Sony’s greatest popular intellectual properties (IPs), there is little question that many people will revisit Ellie and Joel’s narrative. An HBO adaptation starring Pedro Pascal playing Joel & Bella Ramsey playing Ellie is in the pipeline. Sony has revealed benefits for gamers who pre-order or buy the Digital Deluxe as well as Firefly Versions of the videogame.
The Last of Us Part 1 shall be released on September 2. All who pre-order will get “extra supplements to boost your expertise” and “additional weapon components for your inventory.” Each edition of the videogame includes the Left Behind DLC for $69.99. The Last of Us: Digital Deluxe Edition prices $79.99.
Digital Deluxe provides gamers early perks to make the initial sessions simpler. These may be unlocked despite this bundle, only later. In addition to an improved rate of crafting and ability to heal, the early gains provide access to a 9mm Reload Speed improvement, a Rifle clip capacity improvement, exploding arrows; the Dither Punk filtration, Speedrun Configuration, and six weapon coverings. The Black Gold & Silver Filigree skins are for handguns, while the Rubber Tactical & Sculpted Oak cosmetics are for shotguns. The Arctic White as well as Carbon Black skins are for bows.
At last, there comes The Last of Us Part 1- The Firefly Edition, which retails for $99.99 and contains everything that is included in the Digital Deluxe Edition. In addition to that, it has all new cover art for issues #1 through #4 of the Last of Us- American Dreams comics, which are included in this package along with a unique SteelBook case.