Report: The Last of Us coming to PS4 as physical and digital release
A Turkish Sony representative reportedly says that The Last of Us is getting "enhanced graphics" for an upcoming PS4 port.
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According PlayStation Turkey VP Sercan Sulun in a video posted to the Turkish CNN video game website Multiplayer, The Last of Us will soon be coming to the PlayStation 4 as both a physical and digital release.
NeoGaf user "Quirah" (as posted by user "chadskin") posted a translation writing that Sulun says, "Sequel is not coming right now as far as I know, but I can say that [the] first game will be released this summer for PS4 as a physical and digital copy with enhanced graphics," in response to a question about a potential The Last of Us sequel.
At this point, this rumor has not been officially confirmed by Sony, and the announcement would be very strange since The Last of Us is also a rumored PlayStation Now title. The up-res gambit worked for the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition update, but sometimes executives are just confused/wrong. Just a few years ago, the managing director of Ubisoft Brazil announced that Assassin's Creed IV was going to be set in Brazil.
But what do you think? Is there any truth to Sulun's claim?
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