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The Last Of Us Remake Characters Compared To TLOU Remaster

When looking at the new character designs for Joel and Ellie in The Last of Us remake, it becomes immediately apparent that the detail in the face has been updated dramatically, with more color in the eyes, more detail in facial complexion, and noticeable cuts and scratches that were absent from the original models. When glancing at the image above for Ellie’s new overhaul, one noticeable change is that there is a flashlight attached to Ellie’s backpack strap in the new model, along with her eyebrow scar looking deeper than before. Along with new character models, the gameplay is also being overhauled to be more similar to The Last of Us Part II, with the new remake utilizing the same in-game cutscene technology, replacing the pre-rendered cutscenes from the original.

What Joel Looks Like In The Last Of Us Part 1 Remake

Joel has also seen a significant upgrade in The Last of Us Part 1 game remake, boasting more detail and depth compared to his Remastered counterpart. Comparison screenshots shared during the remake’s presentation at Summer Game Fest helped sell the differences even further, capturing Joel’s age and tiredness more than his previous incarnation. There’s more grey in his beard, and more bags under his eyes. Ultimately, it helps sell the idea that this is a character who’s experienced great hardship, which should hopefully add greater depth to Troy Baker’s portrayal.

On top of the comparison screenshots above, Naughty Dog also revealed its plans for the future of The Last of Us as a franchise. Apart from The Last of Us Part 1 remake, the studio is also working on a new standalone Last of Us Part 2 multiplayer game, with no confirmed release date set. In the meantime, The Last of Us Part I will release on September 2 on PlayStation 5, with a PC release planned for shortly after.


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The Last Of Us Remake Characters Compared To TLOU Remaster

When looking at the new character designs for Joel and Ellie in The Last of Us remake, it becomes immediately apparent that the detail in the face has been updated dramatically, with more color in the eyes, more detail in facial complexion, and noticeable cuts and scratches that were absent from the original models. When glancing at the image above for Ellie’s new overhaul, one noticeable change is that there is a flashlight attached to Ellie’s backpack strap in the new model, along with her eyebrow scar looking deeper than before. Along with new character models, the gameplay is also being overhauled to be more similar to The Last of Us Part II, with the new remake utilizing the same in-game cutscene technology, replacing the pre-rendered cutscenes from the original.

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What Joel Looks Like In The Last Of Us Part 1 Remake

Joel has also seen a significant upgrade in The Last of Us Part 1 game remake, boasting more detail and depth compared to his Remastered counterpart. Comparison screenshots shared during the remake’s presentation at Summer Game Fest helped sell the differences even further, capturing Joel’s age and tiredness more than his previous incarnation. There’s more grey in his beard, and more bags under his eyes. Ultimately, it helps sell the idea that this is a character who’s experienced great hardship, which should hopefully add greater depth to Troy Baker’s portrayal.
On top of the comparison screenshots above, Naughty Dog also revealed its plans for the future of The Last of Us as a franchise. Apart from The Last of Us Part 1 remake, the studio is also working on a new standalone Last of Us Part 2 multiplayer game, with no confirmed release date set. In the meantime, The Last of Us Part I will release on September 2 on PlayStation 5, with a PC release planned for shortly after.

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The Last Of Us Remake Characters Compared To TLOU Remaster

When looking at the new character designs for Joel and Ellie in The Last of Us remake, it becomes immediately apparent that the detail in the face has been updated dramatically, with more color in the eyes, more detail in facial complexion, and noticeable cuts and scratches that were absent from the original models. When glancing at the image above for Ellie’s new overhaul, one noticeable change is that there is a flashlight attached to Ellie’s backpack strap in the new model, along with her eyebrow scar looking deeper than before. Along with new character models, the gameplay is also being overhauled to be more similar to The Last of Us Part II, with the new remake utilizing the same in-game cutscene technology, replacing the pre-rendered cutscenes from the original.

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What Joel Looks Like In The Last Of Us Part 1 Remake

Joel has also seen a significant upgrade in The Last of Us Part 1 game remake, boasting more detail and depth compared to his Remastered counterpart. Comparison screenshots shared during the remake’s presentation at Summer Game Fest helped sell the differences even further, capturing Joel’s age and tiredness more than his previous incarnation. There’s more grey in his beard, and more bags under his eyes. Ultimately, it helps sell the idea that this is a character who’s experienced great hardship, which should hopefully add greater depth to Troy Baker’s portrayal.
On top of the comparison screenshots above, Naughty Dog also revealed its plans for the future of The Last of Us as a franchise. Apart from The Last of Us Part 1 remake, the studio is also working on a new standalone Last of Us Part 2 multiplayer game, with no confirmed release date set. In the meantime, The Last of Us Part I will release on September 2 on PlayStation 5, with a PC release planned for shortly after.

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