The latest ‘Last Of Us Remastered’ patch has cut loading times dramatically

Alonzo Simpson
October 26, 2020

Sony has begun rolling out a number of patches for PS4 games (assumed to be in preparation for PS5), but the games are seeing huge improvements on PS4 as well. That is an absolutely insane difference. Pre-patch, the first loading screen in The Last of Us Remastered took 1:30:10. This new patch helped Calabrese shave nearly 18 seconds off the David fight.

These were the details of the news The last PS4 we remastered reduced load times by 70% for this day. The PS5 is probably worth adding to reduce these load times to a few seconds or so.

Fans of the game have taken to Twitter to ask why the loading times were so long before, but let's not dwell on the past, this is a significant upgrade to an already top-tier title!

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When you play The Last of Us Remastered on the PlayStation 5, it's likely that you'll see load times even shorter than the current 14 seconds, which seems wild for a game that once took a full two minutes to boot up.

While the entire world has been talking about The Last of Us Part 2 for several months, Naughty Dog has not forgotten the original classic that made the best selling sequel possible. One of the few things clear about Sony's backward compatibility plans has been that nearly all PS4 games will play on the new console.

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