Maik Seidl | 01/16/2023 – 02:11 p.m
A two-hour trial for the PS5 remake of “The Last of Us” has been released on the PlayStation Store and is accessible to PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers.
The launch of the PS5 version of The Last of Us a few months ago caused a lot of controversy as many players felt the full price being asked for the remake was too high.
On the other hand, a trial that is now available for download in the PlayStation Store for “The Last of Us” is more or less free. All PS5 players need to access it is a PS Plus Premium membership, which costs around 120 euros per year beyond special discount campaigns and offers an extensive catalog of content and features.
The trial lets The Last of Us play for two hours on PS5 and can be played on console as well im Web-Store des PlayStation Networks be packed into the personal library.
Suitable for the start of the TV series
The test version of “The Last of Us” will be made available together with the premiere of the first episode of the TV series of the same name, which has also been broadcast in Germany since today. In Germany, the provision is made via SKY and WOW. About a competition for the debut of “The Last of Us” we reported in the course of the morning.
The TV series tells the story of the original game, released for the PS3 in 2013 and remastered for the PS4 the following year. The PS5 version followed last summer as a remake. Features include modernized gameplay and improved controls.
114 reviews of The Last of Us remake have been collected on Metacritic so far. They led to one Meta score of 88. We also carried out a test on PLAY3.DE. Back then came Olaf to the conclusion: “The Last of Us is a groundbreaking, emotional and unique game that hasn’t lost any of its impact.”
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The release on another platform is also imminent: Sony announced recentlyannounced that the PC version of “The Last of Us” will be released on March 3, 2023 via Steam and the Epic Games Store.
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