Take a Closer Look at the Updated Work Bench for The Last of Us Part I Remake


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Naughty Dog may not have announced a Last of Us Part III yet, but we are getting a top-to-bottom remake of the first game made for the PS5.

Take a Closer Look at the Updated Work Bench for The Last of Us Part I Remake

In a new clip, Naughty Dog takes a closer look at the work bench and how they’ve adjusted the haptic feedback to adjust to Joel working on his guns and weapons. Watch this:

The haptic feedback on the work bench is only at the top of the list of adjustments that Naughty Dog has made for the game. Besides that, we’re also getting improved character models as well as reanimated cut scenes—all done to match the impressive visuals of The Last of Us Part II.

Admittedly, there are some that don’t think that the Part I remake isn’t worth the hefty $60 price tag, but seeing the extensive work that Naughty Dog has done on it, you can’t say that this is simply just improved graphics.

Experience the emotional storytelling and unforgettable characters in The Last of Us, winner of over 200 Game of the Year awards.

In a ravaged civilization, where infected and hardened survivors run rampant, Joel, a weary protagonist, is hired to smuggle 14-year-old Ellie out of a military quarantine zone. However, what starts as a small job soon transforms into a brutal cross-country journey.

The Last of Us Part I is set to come to PS5 this Sept. 2.

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