The Last of Us Part 1 gameplay leaks, displaying fight and weapon upgrades

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Preorders for The Last of Us Part 1 are already open, however we’ve solely seen a single trailer to this point. At least, we had been solely meant to see simply that trailer. Roughly six minutes of gameplay from the remake have appeared on-line, and the footage appears to be like just about like what you’d anticipate.

Xbox Era co-founder Nick Baker shared a number of clips on Twitter, claiming they had been handed over to him from an nameless source. Baker has since determined to delete the tweets, however VGC has the footage themselves if you wish to test it out. Two of the three clips show fight, which is mechanically much like the unique game, however it does look significantly better working natively on a PlayStation 5. The different clip exhibits Joel upgrading a rifle, and we will truly see him bodily affixing new attachments to the weapon. Notably, the footage is sort of washed out, however Baker says that is most likely attributable to particular HDR settings on the leaker’s aspect.

This isn’t the primary set of Last of Us Part 1 leaks to hit the web this week. Just a couple of days earlier than this footage appeared, a collection of screenshots had been shared on gaming discussion board ResetEra. Forum member ImBald relayed ideas from an nameless source of their very own, who claimed that the game hasn’t seen many mechanical enhancements, principally simply higher graphics and audio high quality. They additionally declare the game will help a variable refresh fee, a 4K/30 FPS “gameplay mode,” and a 4K/60 FPS “dynamic mode,” in addition to the quite a few accessibility options present in The Last of Us Part 2.

Seeing as that is all leaked and never formally introduced by Naughty Dog, do take all of this info with a grain of salt. The remake has been topic to many leaks — the trailer got here from PlayStation itself hours earlier than the game was formally introduced. In any case, we don’t have to attend terribly lengthy to get our palms on the game. The Last of Us Part 1’s PlayStation 5 launch date is September 2. A PC model can be within the works.