The action-adventure “The Last of Us Remastered” has after a while received a new patch, with the Naughty Dog once again at the PS4 Pro support.
Naughty Dog has missed a new patch on the action-adventure “The Last of Us Remastered” and raised the game to version 1.09. For the standalone DLC “The Last of Us Remastered: Left Behind”, however, the patch 1.03 has been released. But what changes in the two games?
According to Naughty Dog, the new updates bring improved PS4 Pro support so players on the PlayStation 4 Pro can get advanced graphics options to customize the resolution, frame rate, and shadow quality of the titles. Above all, all owners of a 4K TV should benefit from the new features. If you have an HD TV, however, can look forward to the supersampling.
The changes to the latest update
The official patchnotes can be taken from the concrete adjustments:
Modified PlayStation 4 Pro improvement settings
User options for the PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements
Fixed a bug that could have a player unintentionally aim down.
Exploit, by which players with a smoke bomb could get into a level collision.
“The Last of Us Remastered” has been available for the PlayStation 4 since the summer of 2014, which is why the new patch is a very exemplary support. News for the successor “The Last of Us: Part 2” should be expected to follow before the end of the year.