The Last of Us Remastered is to receive additional add-on content later this year and ship with a toggle to lock the frame rate at 30fps, according to a leaked presentation.
Tweeted by MeriStation journalist Javi Andres, one of the slides states that Naughty Dog has "additional Add-on releases planned for 2014" and that "all Add-on content is 'cross-buy' between PS3 and PS4".
As previously announced, the base game will ship with "all major add-on content" previously released on PS3, including the Abandoned Territories and Reclaimed Territories multiplayer add-ons and Left Behind expansion.
Meanwhile, a second slide suggests that players will be able to "lock frame rate at 30 frames per second". The game will otherwise render at 1080p/60fps in both single-player and multiplayer.
Further technical improvements found in the Remastered release allegedly include 4x more detailed texture maps, 2x more detailed shadow maps, higher resolution particle effects, occlusion mapping on decals, longer draw distances, better LOD and no texture streaming.
The leak follows comments from PlayStation Australia suggesting that more information on The Last of Us Remastered would be revealed this week.
The game launches in the UK on August 1.