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The Last of Us Part II Getting PS5 Enhanced Performance Patch


The world of Naughty Dog and PlayStation Studios’ The Last of Us Part II is getting an enhanced performance patch.

This patch enhances the game for PlayStation 5 consoles, featuring an enhanced resolution and a targeted 60 frames per second. Note that this will be a free update, and it is now available.

Learn more with the trailer below:

The Last of Us Part II – Enhanced Performance Patch | PS5

A winner of more than 300 game of the year awards, The Last of Us Part II takes place in a post-apocalyptic United States with creatures that have been corrupted by the Cordyceps fungus. To survive, players will utilize long- and short-range weaponry, and can also upgrade skills via a skill tree. A “Listen Mode” also factors into different stealth segments.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4 – you can read our review of the title here.

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