Spanish retailer lists The Last of Us: Complete Edition for PS4
posted on 03.29.14 at 03:30 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Release date listed as June 19, 2014.

The Last of Us

A “Complete Edition” for The Last of Us, Sony and Naughy Dog’s June 2013-released PlayStation 3 hit, has appeared on Spanish retailer Xtralife for PlayStation 4.

The listing claims the game is due out on June 19, and even includes box art embroidered with the “Complete Edition” moniker. Pre-orders (at XtraLife, at least) include a The Last of Us-branded pouch.

Earlier this week, PlayStation Turkey vice president Sercan Sulun said the game is coming to PlayStation 4 this summer with enhanced graphics and the ‘Left Behind’ add-on. Sony has not officially announced it, however.

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  • bloodiOS

    I just want to know which team of developers handle the porting of this game to the PS4.

    • 罪罰

      Naughty Dog? They mentioned in a conference they had the game running on Ps4

      • bloodiOS

        That would be nice but I was wondering if they would outsource the task to someone else and focus on Uncharted 4 (and maybe another project instead.)

    • Impressionnant

      Hopefully, it’s Bluepoint. They did the metal gear and ico/sotc collections.

      • bloodiOS

        If given a choice, I would rather that they pick HexaDrive. Bluepoint Games is good, but HexaDrive is simply better.

        • Elvick

          What have they done?

          • bloodiOS

            Done a fantastic job remastering The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker in HD. Completely transformed the original shitty HD conversion of Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner (by High Voltage Software) into a highly satisfying product. They also managed to make Okami HD rendered internally at 3840×2160 on the PS3 in real-time.

            • Elvick

              You could have just said Okami HD. Perfect enhancement. Thanks for the info~

              • bloodiOS

                But then you wouldn’t know the full extent of their wizardry x)

            • Zackasaur

              What about the first ZotE? I haven’t had a chance to play the HD collection yet, so is the first one messed up?

              • bloodiOS

                The first one is unpatched. There isn’t any AA and the performance is also choppy like the HD version of the second game originally was, just that the performance hiccups really aren’t as severe. Since it’s also shorter anyway, I guess no one really cares enough anymore. But after playing the second game (after the HexaDrive patch), I don’t think I can go back to the first one anymore xD

      • rurifan

        Not sure they deserve any special love for the ICO port. The frame rate and blur filter were pure eye bleed.

        • bloodiOS

          But the frame-blending motion blur is something that was presented in the original material, I suppose they just didn’t want to mess with it. Frame rate on the other hand, truly was quite a missed opportunity. Given that the game operates at a locked 30fps in 3D mode, it was really disappointing that they didn’t offer an option for the game to run at 60fps when limiting output to 720p, but apparently that too was being respectful of the creator’s wishes and some shit…

          • rurifan

            I have a feeling the “creator’s intent” line is just an excuse because of some other technical issue making 60fps hard. (Ability to render frames isn’t the only issue.)

            It’s a shame, since ICO looked really great on PS3 when you were standing still.

  • Cry_Zero

    Ohh this has to be real. I platinumed it on ps3 but ill do it again!!! Naughty dog said they want to use the uncharted engine on ps4 so there shouldnt be no problem porting this. Day 1 buy for me

  • Vayne

    Nothing against ports, but a game port 2013 is very ridiculous.

    • Zackasaur

      Not really. Big fans can get an optional upgrade, and those who didn’t have a PS3 get to play by far the most impressive game of last gen for the first time. Don’t forget that a lot of 360 owners are switching to PS4 this gen.

    • LustEnvy

      Considering the many people that didn’t own the PS3… releasing one of their best if not THE best game on the system on the PS4 makes all the sense in the world. The game is still new, and therefore would gain quite a bit from the improved visual fidelity.

    • TrueDefault

      Personally I’m not interested in the game since I’ve already played it, but consider that PS4 already sold millions consoles already, I think they can ship at least 200k copies of this updated re-release easily.

  • Elvick

    I want it now~

  • Audie Bakerson

    I never really liked selling something with the DLC included then calling it “complete edition”, even when the DLC is made after the release. It just sounds… wrong

    “This game you bought last year? Only the partial product.”

    • Elvick

      They’re called add-on content for a reason.

    • rurifan

      You could fight back with your wallet, by not buying games until the “complete edition” is released.

      • Zackasaur

        Actually, that just tells publishers that we want these editions.

        • Bobby Jennings


        • rurifan

          I guess I’m confused then. You do or don’t want to buy the game including all content at once?

          • Zackasaur

            Waiting is not necessarily a bad economic choice for you (if you can stand the wait).

            However, when you buy a GotY Edition/Complete Edition/Die Harder Edition, you do cast a financial “vote.” Publishers look at the sales numbers for these editions. If they are high, they know they should keep making them. If they are too low, they will stop, or at least do it less frequently.

            The same is true of DLC in general. If we all buy games but then don’t buy DLC, publishers will stop bothering with DLC, as it wouldn’t be profitable.

            As it currently stands, DLC and “Complete Edition” practices are successful, because we buy them.

            Personally, I only buy them when they’re really good. The Last of Us and the Left Behind DLC are utterly incredible. I am happy to reward that.

            • rurifan

              So if you buy he game but not the DLC, you’re telling publishers they can get away with releasing incomplete games.

              If you buy the DLC you’re telling them they can profit even more by selling incomplete games.

              If you wait and buy the Complete Edition, you’re telling them … you will only buy the complete game.

              I still don’t see how waiting isn’t the best “moral” option for those opposed to DLC.

  • Bobby Jennings

    Maybe I’ll grab it for the multiplayer.

    I really don’t like supporting these practices though.

    • rurifan

      What don’t you like about releasing a great game on modern consoles where it can be even better?

      • Bobby Jennings

        The fact that it’s going to cost $60 again.