Giant Bomb journalist Jeff Grubb said the project has received an engine from the second part of TLoU, which means that it is externally and technically not inferior to the most modern games.
It’s curious that none of the games from the PlayStation studios have been released directly to either consoles or PC so far. If earlier there were rumors that the project would just get tighter textures, now we’re talking about a global rework and adapting the game to modern systems.
According to Jeff Grubb, the remake of The Last of Us will hit PlayStation 5 on September 2, and the game will be released for PCs just a few days later.
It is rumored that the original project will receive a complete overhaul and faithfully reproduced, but significantly improved gameplay with advanced controls, updated effects, an advanced combat system and more room for research. The trailer for the remake has already leaked online.