For PlayStation 4 owners who have a bucket full of games downloaded and installed on the 500 GB of space that was bundled with their PS4 package; it looks like you will have your work cut out for you in choosing what to clean out from your console; especially if you want to immerse yourself in Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Remastered Edition.
This is because according to reports, The Last of Us: Remastered will require nearly 50 GB of free hard disk space to be installed. The title; which is scheduled to be released in North America on the 29th of July will be running at a stable frame rate of 60 FPS, thanks to the latest report given by Naughty Dog’s community strategist Arne Meyer, who has dismissed any slander related to the title or the developing studio’s inability to run the title at 60 FPS. The game will also be running at a resolution of 1080p, making it smooth as butter and equally good, something that the gamers will be looking forward too.
The only thing that might cause a slight twitch of muscles on console gamers’ faces is the behemoth amount of space that the Remastered Edition requires to run on next generation consoles. Owners of PlayStation 4 must have found out sooner or later that the 500 GB of storage space present in the PS4; not all of it will be made available to the user to stuff in whatever they please. Thanks to the amount of storage the operating system chews up, the user will be left with approximately 407 GB of storage space.
Prior to the release of Last of Us: Remastered, Naughty Dog’s upcoming new update for the game will allow console owners to start taking in-game snapshots and videos of the game; which is a similar feature present in Infamous Second Son.