The Last of Us Part I hits Gold on its way to the Last Generation

Deepak Gupta July 15, 2022
Updated 2022/07/15 at 6:53 PM

Here we had already revealed that The Last of Us was on its way to Playstation 5, that is, to the Next Generation consoles.

Now we have indicated to all interested parties that the game has already reached the Gold stage, that is, the development stage is complete and the game is about to be sent to retailers.

Neil Druckmann, co-president of Naughty Dog, recently announced on his social media that The Last of Us (Part I) has already reached the Gold stage of development, that is, it has finished its development cycle and is being prepared to be placed on the market.

It should be revealed at this point that The Last of Us Part I will be released on September 2, 2022 for PlayStation 5 and will not be a mere remaster of the game with some improvements. None of that! It will be a version developed from scratch for Playstation 5, which will certainly be something extraordinary, being able to go through all the shenanigans and challenges (physical and emotional) of Ellie and Joel with the capabilities of Sony's new console.

This is, without a doubt, one of the best games that players (in this case, Playstation) have ever been able to play. In this adventure, you will have the opportunity to revisit a desolate and destroyed world the planet was left in, when hordes of infected invaded our cities and lands and the hardened survivors try to survive at all costs.

Joel, a bitter protagonist, is hired to illegally take Ellie, a 14-year-old girl, out of a militarized quarantine zone. However, what starts out as a simple job quickly turns into a brutal and emotional journey that will take them across the country.

The Last of Us Part I, which will also receive a PC version, includes the complete single-player story and the celebrated prequel Left Behind, which explores the events that forever changed the lives of Ellie and her best friend, Riley.


The Last of Us Part I, now available to pre-order at select retailers and the PlayStation Store, arrives on PlayStation 5 on September 2, 2022.

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