The Last of Us Remastered hasn’t received an update for over a year. Version 1.10 was released in the first half of 2019 and since then the improved version of the first game in this series has never received an update.
It turns out that PlayStation 4 gamers have now received a new patch made available by Naughty Dog, which brings it to version 1.11, which appears to significantly reduce the game’s load times, likely with support for PlayStation 5. .
This new patch is around 500MB, and the PlayStation 4 game’s change history only talks about bug fixes, but it looks like something else is included. As social network Twitter reported by streamer Anthony Calabrese, this new patch drastically reduces load times on PlayStation, basically making loading screens “non-existent” on the current generation console. According to the streamer, this performance boost can be seen in both that it has hard drives and SSDs.
TLOU patch 1.11 made loading screens virtually non-existent on PS4. This is for both ssd and hdd. The sections load as fast as possible and I can save almost 18 seconds in the fight against David. Everyone will check. Was that the intention of the patch? @Naughty_Dog @BadData_ @arnemeyer
– Anthony Calabrese (@AnthonyCaliber) October 24, 2020
The Last of Us Remastered gets a new update that brings it to version 1.11
It has not yet been officially revealed that this new update is tied to the next version of PlayStation 5, but it is possible that the update, in addition to offering support for the new console, also brings changes that benefit game performance on PlayStation. 4. Of course, this is just pure speculation at this time, but the point is that load times have improved a lot on PS4 after this update.
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