The Last of Us Part 1: A new video appears online

The Last of Us Part 1: A new video appears online

The Last of Us Part 1

At this point, the hypothesis of security problems in Sony appears more and more realistic. Over the last few hours, in fact, a new clip of The Last of Us Part 1 has been released, the remake of the original game that debuted on PS3 in 2013 and expected on PS5 on September 2, 2022. The clip, initially released by the insider Tom Henderson (and later deleted to avoid spoilers) is however available on another site.

There isn't much more to add to the leak itself. The clip is visible on Imgur at this address and shows a cutscene of the title, in its next gen version. The quality is obviously not the best and it must always be considered that it comes, most likely, from a decidedly older build than we think, probably also without some graphic effect. Despite this, we invite you not to click to view it if you have not played the original version: the movie comes from a cutscene with a gigantic spoiler on the plot.| ); }
As we reminded you at the opening of this news, The Last of Us Part 1 will debut on PS5 on September 2, 2022. Subsequently the game will also arrive on PC, but at the moment there is still no official release date. Keep following for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.

More The Last of Us remake footage appears online

More footage from the upcoming The Last of Us remake has appeared online.

The cutscene, which is circulating on Twitter, (mirror via imgur) shows a pivotal scene in the middle of the game, which we won’t describe in detail due to spoilers.

It’s been speculated that the footage is from an early build of the game, as some visual elements, such as the lighting, is different from the officially released footage.

Leaks have plagued The Last of Us Part 1 since before the game was officially revealed.

The remake, which is priced at $69.99, offers what Sony calls “a total overhaul of the original experience, faithfully reproduced but incorporating modernized gameplay, improved controls and expanded accessibility options”.

Naughty Dog showed off the first official gameplay last month in the form of  a 10-minute features and gameplay deep dive video.

“Leaks really suck,” Naughty Dog vice president Arne Meyer said after the release of the official video. “Especially when we’re right on the cusp of an asset drop. It’s disheartening and frustrating to teams who have put their hearts making awesome things for our fans.”

Naughty Dog senior editor Samuel Prince echoed Meyer’s feelings about leaks. “They’re extremely hurtful to the devs who work tirelessly to bring you these wonderful games. Public-facing assets take a long time to create, revise, approve, localize, clear legal, ESRB, etc. Be kind!”

The game will release on September 2, and will later come to PC.

A Naughty Dog developer recently commented that it would be “very soon,” after the PS5 release.


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