Yesterday we reported on the exciting news that The Last of Us would indeed be making its way onto the PS4 thanks to a slip up from Sony on the Playstation store. Following the early news, both Naughty Dog and Sony confirmed the port's existence, and they have today released an all-new trailer to build up the excitement.
After taking in a horde of awards last year for arguably one of the last generation's finest games, Naughty Dog's The Last of Us was expect to make its way to PS4 and continue its success into the next generation. Today, that probability has now became a reality thanks to a recent posting on the Playstation store.
Following its highly successful release on Playstation 3, Naughty Dog's The Last of Us has been one of the mostly hotly-tipped games to make its way to PS4. Since December 2013, rumours have been rampant concerning the game's possible introduction to the next-gen fold, and today, it looks like we finally have some clarity on the situation.
After enjoying a highly successful Summer, The Last of Us has somewhat dipped out of focus; much to the dismay of Season Pass owners.
Last month, developers Naughty Dog announced their DLC plans for the game, and today's news brings the first instalment into fruition.
After a lengthy time spent in the shadows, Game Of The Year candidate The Last of Us has finally reemerged in the world of news.
The Last of Us creators Naughty Dog took to the Playstation Blog today to reveal their DLC plans for the game, as well as including further details on other upcoming goodies.
The Last of Us is an amazing game in just about every way imaginable, but chances are you didn't realize that Naughty Dog included quite a few hilarious easter eggs in the games singleplayer story.
Take a look at some of our favorites below:
#3. Nathan Drake and Jak & Dakter Dolls
Paying homage to Naughty Dogs earlier franchies, the astute player can find dolls shaped after Jak & Dakter and Nathan Drake.
If you've spent some time playing The Last of Us on a more challenging difficulty (and have encountered your first mob of clickers), you’re probably pretty damn frustrated right now.
Now, that's understandable, but before you drop the difficulty down to easy or rage quit altogether, here are some good, general tips & tricks to help you out in The Last of Us.
#1. You're Not Playing Call of Duty
The first - and most important - tip is to remember that you are not playing a normal shooter. The Last of Us is better than any of the other crap we are used to and it requires a smarter style of gameplay.
Move cautiously and decisively. Pick your targets carefully and analyze your surroundings before rushing headlong into whatever the hell you’re up against. Nine times out of ten, simply moving a little more slowly will get you out of a tight corner.
Before we even begin to get started here, let's get the ol' disclaimer out of the way.
This post will contain major story spoilers to the singleplayer mode in The Last of Us. If you haven't played this mode yet or do not want the story spoiled, do not read past the break or you will be very sad.
The Last of Us is easily the best game released in 2013, both from a singleplayer and multiplayer perspective. At its heart, however, The Last of Us is a story-driven video game that delivers its story unlike any other game released in the last few years.
From the opening moments to the tail end of the story, The Last of Us grabs you and never lets you go.
At long last, The Last of Us will finally be in our hands tomorrow - June 14th, 2013 - and FPS General has everything you need to get prepared.
Our survival guide includes in-depth analysis of Joel's abilities, weapons and the enemies he will face as well as some all-around tips and tricks to help you survive the harsh environments that Naughty Dog has created.
The whole section can be viewed right here, but some standouts include:
- Complete Weapons List
- Enemy Information, including Stages of Infection
- Intro to Crafting
- Getting the Most out of Listen Mode
Good luck and enjoy The Last of Us!
We've been spending some time playing The Last of Us recently and as much as we'd like to tell you all about the game right this instant, it isn't worth breaking the embargo over and having Naughty Dog field agents swarming over the office faster than a Clicker can turn you into dinner.
What we can tell you, however, is that The Last of Us multiplayer is a very unique experience, and pretty different than anything else out there right now. This should be expected, it's Naughty Dog after all, but here's the rundown:
Note: this post will contain mild spoilers from The Last of Us, you are forewarned.
The Last of Us MP is called Factions, and requires you to choose an allegiance.
You have two choices in this; Fireflies and Hunters.
Two game modes will be available from the outset; Supply Raid and Survivors.
In Supply Raid, you and your team vie for the supplies strewn about the map. These supplies are vital for crafting weapons and making your team stronger. Your team has a shared pool of lives and the match continues until one side's lives are gone.
Survivors is a but more unforgiving, as every player has one life per round. The match ends when one player is left standing.
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