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The Last Of Us Leak Confirms What We Suspected

Yes, the "Last of Us" remake may not only be closer than you think, but thanks to its recent listing on the PlayStation Direct store and a leaked trailer, we now not only know that the remake officially exists, but how much it will cost and when it launches. "The Last of Us: Part I," as it's being called, will allegedly be available on September 2, 2022 at $69.99 or $99.99 for the Firefly Edition. Additionally, some sources say that a PC version will be coming at a later date as well. 

According to the game's page on the store, which has since been removed, players can expect to, "Enjoy a total overhaul of the original experience, faithfully reproduced but incorporating modernized gameplay, improved controls and expanded accessibility options. Plus, feel immersed with improved effects and enhanced exploration and combat" (via Nibellion). While additional details are scarce concerning just how the remake plans to take advantage of the PS5's beefy horsepower and the unique features found within the DualSense controller, there will undoubtedly be new details revealed soon. With a September release being not too far off, a "Last of Us" TV show in the works, and the still unreleased "Last of Us: Part II" multiplayer on the way, the franchise has plenty of content on the horizon.