MANY DID NOT TAKE A GOOD WAY THAT THE LAST OF US IS GOING TO HAVE A REMAKE. THERE ARE THOSE WHO BELIEVE IT’S TOO SOON
Yesterday we shared the news that Sony and Naughty Dog are working on a remake or reissue of The Last of Us for the PlayStation 5.
The information does not come from any of these companies, but from a well-known reporter who claims that it is true, and that it comes from anonymous sources.
The fact is that such information, along with the cancellation “before birth” of Days Gone 2 has caused a commotion in social networks, especially in Twitter.
THE LAST OF US AND THE POSSIBILITY OF IT REACHING PS5
Some see no justification in making a remake of the game that came out in 2013 on PS3 and was successfully remastered on PS4 a year later.
Currently it is possible to play it on the PS5 through this version. Others complain that Naughty Dog should focus on new titles rather than “retrace his steps.” There is no shortage of those who accuse Sony of imitating Nintendo by relaunching past successes.
What should the company do? It’s clear that despite the complaints, The Last of Us is a game that would sell very well on the PS5. Especially for people that this console is the first they have from Sony.
Without neglecting that at the moment what the studies of this publisher and developer need is time to carry out the new projects for it. Reissues and remasters allow ‘space’ things.
THERE IS ANNOYANCE AMONG A SECTOR OF VIDEO GAMERS
That is, give developers space to continue working and that there is no lack of games at the beginning of the life of a console. It is something that for a few years has been seen at the beginning of a generation.
There are many who wonder what can be improved from a title like The Last of Us, beyond the graphics. Unless there are improvements on the gameplay side or what is known as quality of life.
We would like to reiterate that this information about The Last of Us is unconfirmed, and that it falls into the realm of speculation. At least until more indications appear about it.
It does not hurt to consult the original article, where some details of Sony’s current policy are mentioned, and which was also criticized. Focusing only on proven successes and letting go of the rest has not sat well with many gamers.