The Last of Us Remastered gets new patch enhancing PS4 Pro support for the game

The Last of Us was originally released as a PS3 game back in 2013 and newly revamped version of the game was called as the The Last of Us Remastered.

The popular post-apocalyptic horror game, The Last of Us has just got a brand new update from developers Naughty Dog. The new Patch 1.09 offers multiple display options which are in  particular designed for the PS4 Pro.

The Last of Us Remastered gets new patch enhancing PS4 Pro support for the game

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The update should begin instantly after starting the game and includes some minor fixes, which include an aiming issue and an exploit involving the smoke-bomb, which have now been resolved. Also included, is supersampling support which has been reintroduced with this new update. Supersampling is a anti-aliasing method which is used in removing pixelated edges from computer games.

With supersampling users without 4K and HDR TVs can enjoy a better visual experience of the game. Those using standard HDTVs can also relishing the boost in graphics bought with the new patch. Several bugs and factions identified in the multiplayer version of the game have also been resolved. Users now have the choice of additional configurations resolution, framerate and shadow quality as well.

The Last of Us was originally released as a PS3 game back in 2013 and newly revamped version of the game called as the The Last of Us Remastered was released for PS4 in 2014.

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