The Last of Us Part 1 is Readily Accessible Early

The Last of Us Part 1: Some gamers have been playing The Last of Us Part 1 before its September 2 release date. The Last of Us debuted in 2013 and quickly became a classic. Sony’s Naughty Dog exclusives like Crash Bandicoot and Uncharted were eclipsed by the zombie game.

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How Can the Last of Us Part 1 be Played Early?

The Last of Us Part 1: The Last of Us has been rumoured for a long time. Neil Druckmann’s Summer Game Fest surprise was spoiled. The crew managed to keep the remake under wraps despite being unveiled less than three months ago.
u/Timely-Badger-2975 said on The Last of Us subreddit, “Nice f**k-up by a retailer. 3 days early.” OP’s copy of The Last of Us Part 1 arrived before the September 2 release date. The game originates from Netherlands’ Mediamarkt.

Playing The Last of Us Part 1 before your friends is OK, but it’s not like you’ll ruin the game for them. This isn’t a one-off. Someone in America said that Target carried The Last of Us Part 1. Not buying it means they can’t confirm whether it was for sale.

A remake, not a remake, The Last of Us Part 1

The Last of Us Part 1: Naughty Dog restored The Last of Us in 2014. This is likely why Part 1 got its moniker instead of The Last of Us Remastered. Sony’s blog explains how The Last of Us Part 1 was created. This may explain why we’ve been cautioned of updated combat spoilers.

Shaun Escayg, creative director: “Improvements make this a remake, not a remaster. It’s not the same characters, locations, art direction, etc. on higher hardware. We overhauled art direction, lighting, and character designs.” The Last of Us Part 1 should feel like a completely new game thanks to DualSense haptic feedback and adjustable triggers, claims Naughty Dog. Still, $70 puts off many individuals.

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