The Last of Us: Remastered

The Last of Us: Remastered News for PS4

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The Last of Us: Remastered requires a whopping 50GB of storage space to install on PlayStation 4, according to an alleged photo of the retail box.

An image of the box (spotted by Gamepur) reveals the game's sizeable install:

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The user who posted this image isn't the only person to get hold of the game early, with large chunks of the game uploaded via PS4's share functionality by fellow early purchasers.

Naughty Dog has already begun exploring ideas for The Last of Us 2, with community strategist Arne Meyer stating that not doing so "would be a disservice to ourselves and our fans".


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Bremaine's Avatar


Yeah 50gb is pretty hefty, but if I ever get a PS4 and The Last of Us I will probably end up playing that all the way through and deleting the install afterwards. I wont keep it installed for long probably.
Posted 02:59 on 25 July 2014
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Bloodstorm@ Jesus_Phish

Duke Nukem 3D (The fps) varied with save files, one save might be 1 block but later on in the level it might go up to 5-6.
Posted 14:58 on 23 July 2014
Forbidden_Soul's Avatar


50GB?!? Holy sh!t
Posted 01:02 on 23 July 2014
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Jesus_Phish@ Bretty

I remember there being an X-files game on the PS1 that took up all 15 slots of the original PS1 memory card.
Posted 13:40 on 21 July 2014
Bretty's Avatar


I hope install sizes are sorted later in the life of PS4.

I remember when PS2 first came out the earlier games had insane sizes for saves.

Still. Most of my PS4 space is taken up by F2P games I have hardly touched and likely never will and 17GB of video and pictures I can probably delete most of.
Posted 13:02 on 21 July 2014

Game Stats

Release Date: 01/08/2014
Developer: Naughty Dog
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Genre: Adventure
Rating: PEGI 18+
Site Rank: 141 4
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