A developer on The Last of Us Part 1 has responded to claims that the remake is little more than a “casting takeover”.
Animator Robert Morrison, who worked on The Last of Us Part 1 while working at PlayStation’s Visual Arts Studio before moving Days Gone to Sony Bend, tweeted that the project was “the most carefully crafted and crafted project I’ve ever seen or seen . has been a part of my entire career”. They also say that the remake “has the highest possible level of attention and care to detail”.
“It’s just a money grab” In fact, this is the most carefully planned and designed project I’ve ever seen or been a part of in my entire career. The highest possible level of care and attention to detail. pic.twitter.com/csjZ3kZMyGJuly 10, 2022
Part of the issue stems from Last of Us Part 1’s high price tag, as some fans are already starting to do. Ask if $70 is too much for one game many have already bought twice.
Shortly after release, The Last of Us subreddit was busy debating whether or not the community was happy with the remake’s pre-order/view day price, especially given that it was a game many of them had played before – either in its original form. The 2013 release or the 2014 PS4 re-release are of course still playable on PS5.
As you’d expect, Morrison’s tweet received a wide range of responses, from messages of thanks and support to those expressing frustration that the apocalyptic shooter is already a remake, selling for $70, or in some cases, that the game even exists. cases, both.
As he still works at another Sony first-party studio, Bend, he says that in response to sarcastic comments, he he answered (opens in new tab): “Yes, I work for Sony. I am very grateful for that. I have also worked as a lead animator for Microsoft Game Studios. I have owned PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo consoles and also game on PC. I support all of them on their platforms and have said many times in the past . Games are meant for fun.”
As for the price?
“The price of the game is out of my control and the value is subjective to each individual,” Morrison added. the next tweet (opens in new tab). “You can decide if you want it or not. All I’m saying is that I’m in awe of what an amazing group of people did on the project. There was so much passion for this project.”
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All this will cost your hard drive; The remake of The Last of Us Part 1 is 79 GB (opens in new tab).
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