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The Last of Us Multiplayer Coming to PlayStation 4

The Last of Us Multiplayer Coming to PlayStation 4

The Last of Us Multiplayer may also debut on PS4 consoles. There is no official statement on the subject, but some sources indicate that this may happen.

The long-awaited multiplayer production of The Last of Us may also come to PlayStation 4. Although there is very little information about the new game, the list on Naughty Dog’s website states that The Last of Us Multiplayer will be released on PS4. The studio currently has working knowledge of PS4 and PS5 systems; looking for quality testers to test the multiplayer build.

In fact, the multiplayer option was only planned to come to PS5. The possibility of this version coming to PS4 was kind of a surprise. However, there has been no official statement from the Naughty Dog front yet. Therefore, it may not be correct to look at the situation with a certain eye. Naughty Dog may also be planning to release the multiplayer version on PC and PS5 before adjusting it to run on PS4.

The Last of Us Achieved Great Success on PS4

Launching PS5 could be a good step to increase the sales figures of the game. But considering what a huge player base the console has, it seems even more logical to bring The Last of Us Multiplayer to PS4. Also, if a planned PS4 release happens, the visuals of the game may not please PS5 players. Considering that the multiplayer version has been in development for at least two years, it is possible that the graphics have been specially adjusted.

In January of this year, Naughty Dog introduced its multiplayer project to fans and stated that more information about the game will be shared later this year . The studio said in a press release, “The project is set to be a fresh experience in our studio. But the success of the project comes from Naughty Dog’s passion to deliver incredible stories, characters and gameplay.” said.

After Sony released God of War Ragnarok for PS4 in November 2022, the company has been well on the way to bringing its games to older generation hardware. Let’s see if the same success will be achieved in this production.

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