a Sony It’s when Obedient dog It was announced Wednesday (19) that “The Last of Us Part 2” – the highest-grossing game in history – received a free update for PlayStation 5 (PS5), Brings higher resolution and 60fps on the new generation console (BelowAnd the Check out the trailer showing the improvements).
The 1.08 patch will benefit players on PS5 at super-fast loads, as well as either 30 or 60 frames per second (fps) options. Still according to the announcement, there are other improvements that are coming as part of “PS5 backward compatibility with PS4 games,” but no further details have been revealed. Likewise, nothing has been said about the use of Functions Dual Sense.
To play “The Last of Us 2” on PS5, you need to download the latest update from Game – which are released for free. After that, it is necessary to go to the “Display” options and select the new one, which allows you to distinguish the desired frame rate, such as 30 or 60 fps.
Still in the announcement, producer Naughty Dog reports that the patch is “only the first step in our journey with the PS5,” which could indicate that the game may receive an exclusive console copy, or other news, at some point in the future. “Our team has worked with the capabilities that the PS5 has to offer since its launch Game Last year, we’re excited to see what the future holds, “he says.
Now on PS5, “The Last of Us Part 2” is the most award-winning game in history
Like it or not, ‘The Last of Us Part 2’ won critical acclaim last year, earning Naughty Dog fame. Game of the year 2020 year – The main prize of this kind – the most awarded game in all of history.
According to the location Game prizesThe continuation of Ellie and Joel’s adventure, which ranks the titles with the most reflection since 2003, wins 304 awards. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is right behind, with 280 decorations from “Game of the Year”.
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