Six minutes of The Last of Us remake footage appears online

Six minutes of The Last of Us remake footage appears online
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Update: New footage of The Last of Us Part I has surfaced, featuring six minutes of gameplay. The person who has leaked the footage has also claimed that there are “no gameplay improvements.”

It was previously thought that the new game would adopt the improved shooting mechanics of the sequel, but, according to this leaker, it doesn’t.

The videos were shared by co-founder Nick Baker (via VGC), who has since deleted them.

Original Story:

Developer Naughty Dog has been fighting a new slew of leaks for its upcoming remake, The Last of US Part I.

Sony revealed the game recently, and it will be a ground-up remake of the first game in the series. It will be made in the engine that powered The Last of Us Part II. And it will feature a number of new mechanics.

Several screenshots of the new remake have made their way online. They show off various parts of the game, from the its opening minutes to quite later on. You can see some of them here, if you like. And there are some more over on Resetera, though Naughty Dog is taking swift action.

This is not the first time that the studio has had to battle against leaks. Just before the official reveal, the trailer made its way online via a listing on the PlayStation Direct store.

In other recent The Last of Us news, a former Naughty Dog developer defended the game against charges of being a cash grab. And, during Summer Game Fest, the studio revealed the new multiplayer expansion for Part II. We don’t know much about it, but we have a piece of concept art. And we know that it will be set in San Francisco, which is cool.