If you’re planning to purchase The Last of Us: Remastered when it hits PlayStation 4 next Tuesday, then you’ll want to check your console’s hard-drive to make sure that it’s far from full.
Now that early copies of the visually upgraded masterpiece have found their way into the wild, reports regarding its surprisingly large install size are starting to circulate. In them, it’s said that a whopping 50 gigabytes of free hard-drive space will be required to fully install and play the game; as in 10% of the console’s overall hard-drive space.
Additionally, Naughty Dog has confirmed that a patch will add an often requested photo mode to the game at launch. That patch shouldn’t be too large, though, and will allow fans to do something they’ve been wanting to do for a year now: take pictures of what is arguably the best-looking game of all-time.
Naughty Dog community strategist, Arne Meyer, had this to say about the new mode while in conversation with Eurogamer:
“One of the things that we wanted to include was the share mode, especially after we saw the reaction for the inFamous photo mode.”
“It’s something that’s added in the day one patch,” Meyer continued. “It’s just to add a couple of features. It was one of things where if we wanted to hit our timeline and do a couple of extra things it’s in that day one patch.”
Stay tuned for more information pertaining to The Last of Us: Remastered, as well as our full review.
Source: PlayStation Trophies