There is no doubt that the latest leaking of information that has affected The Last of Us Part II has led Naughty Dog to get its head started and accelerate the launch of a highly anticipated game that will undoubtedly become one of the best titles in the PS4-PS4 Pro catalog.
A final release date was finally confirmed recently, June 19, and now we have had the opportunity to see a new trailer for The Last of Us Part II that focuses on story mode, specifically on the more human and emotional side of the protagonists.
In the real world sooner or later every act has its consequencesAnd that’s what Naughty Dog has wanted to convey with this new trailer for The Last of Us Part II. The idea of action-reaction, cause and effect, the consequences of revenge, the emotional burden it represents and the problems associated with the idea of imparting justice on your own.
The trailer speaks for itself, and it does it wonderfully. I think Naughty Dog has done an excellent job of capturing all the starkness and reality of a post apocalyptic world where the worst monsters are humans themselves. Do you think I’m exaggerating? Remember, in the first part, Ellie’s encounter with the cannibals and how the final battle with David changes his perception of reality.
The Last of Us Part II: 4K on PS4 Pro and 1080p on PS4
If everything goes according to plan The Last of Us Part II will come to PS4 with resolution 1080p native and 30 FPS ratewhile the PS4 Pro version will work on 4K and will maintain 30 FPS. It will have to be seen, yes, if in both cases they are stable and if we do not find problems at the level of frame synchronization.
It is clear that The Last of Us Part II will also arrive, in due course, on PS5. As already happened at the time with the first installment, which was remastered for PS4, the adaptation of The Last of Us Part II to PS5 should maintain the native 4K resolution and improve both graphic quality and fluidity (we can expect 60 fixed FPS). Naughty Dog may dare to go further and we are going ray tracing, but there is nothing confirmed, so keep that in mind.