The Last of Us: Part II is one of the most outstanding games in the PS4 catalog and, apparently, it could come to other platforms in the future. We tell you this because Gustavo Santaolalla, the franchise's composer, revealed information about a possible re-release of the sequel.
During an interview with BLENDER, the musician shared details about a new edition of The Last of Us: Part II. The title originally debuted in 2020 and subsequently received an update for PS5. It is now believed that it will have a native version for Sony's current console and a PC port.
A new version of The Last of Us: Part II would be on the way
"In the new editions, you can make me play certain themes. I can't tell you anything else," Santaolalla stated during the interview which, of course, caught the attention of many fans of the franchise. Now the community believes that Naughty Dog is preparing an enhanced version of the title for PS5 and PC.
Previously, some PS4 games have received remasters for their arrival on PS5 and computers. So the community is convinced that the sequel will follow the same path, especially since the original installment has an enhanced version and is already available on PC.
However, the reality is that for now nothing is confirmed. Everything indicates that Santaolalla shared information that he shouldn't have before its time. Neither PlayStation nor Naughty Dog have commented on the matter, so we will have to wait for the situation to be clarified.
The arrival of The Last of Us: Part II on current systems makes sense, as Sony stated months ago that more PlayStation exclusives were on their way to PC. Moreover, it is not ruled out that the company wants a native PS5 version of the title, as it is after all one of the brand's most recognized exclusives.
On the other hand, the franchise is still very active thanks to the popularity of the HBO series and the multiplayer project Naughty Dog is working on. Also, there are rumors about the development of The Last of Us: Part III. ou can listen to the musician's statements in Spanish at the 1:36:50 mark of the video below: