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The Last of Us Remastered Comparison Video Shows PS4's Technical Edge

Posted on Monday, June 16 @ 05:25:44 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Interested in picking up The Last of Us Remastered but not sure if the visual upgrade is worth the price of admission? The fine folks over at Eurogamer have put together a video comparing the visuals of the PlayStation 4 version and the PS3 original to make your purchasing decision that much easier. Give it a look below.



The differences may be subtle, but it's clear that Naughty Dog did a bit of work adding an additional layer of polish to an already visually stunning game. If anything, this video has reminded me just how incredible The Last of Us looked on last-gen hardware.

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