Naughty Dog rolls out update 1.1.0 for The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered, introducing a range of exciting new features, enhanced gameplay, crucial bug fixes, and additional improvements. Stay ahead of the game with this latest update and experience the ultimate gaming adventure.

Naughty Dog releases its latest update for The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered which brings new content for players to check out, additional improvements, and bug fixes for numerous issues. This franchise has seen plenty of ports and rereleases over the years, with The Last of Us 2 finally getting its own Remastered version for PlayStation 5 owners. Naturally, this PS5 version takes advantage of the new technology while also adding in new content for players who may want to return to Naughty Dog's world for a second time.

Alongside the single player campaign, The Last of Us 2 Remastered features brand new content like a Guitar Free Play mode, three levels originally cut, as well as a new Roguelike mode called No Return. The mode comes with leaderboards to compete in, unlockable outfits and weapons, as well as new characters with different playstyles besides Abby and Ellie. Even as a remaster though, issues managed to find their way into the experience, and with this latest update from Naughty Dog, many of those bugs and problems are getting resolved.

The biggest piece of this latest update for most fans is the inclusion of a behind the scenes look at the game's development. Known as Grounded II: Making The Last of Us Part II, players can watch a 2-hour documentary from the game or on Naughty Dog's YouTube channel which details the development process over the years giving fans a behind the scenes look directly from the developers at Naughty Dog as well as the actors that brought the characters of the games to life. For those looking for gameplay related content, this update also adds new bonus skins for Ellie and Abby as well.

In addition to the new content, update 1.1.0 brings with it a ton of bug fixes and general game improvements as well, including tweaks to accessibility options as well as tweaks to No Return. For those checking out The Last of Us 2 Remastered's Lost Levels, this update fixes multiple issues related to commentary bubble counters, and the Guitar Free Play mode squashed a bug that prevented one nylon guitar string from playing.

Accessibility has seemingly been a big focus for Sony's first party games in recent years and The Last of Us 2 Remastered is no exception. While the improvements in this update should prove useful for those who need them, there has been a recent debate raging online over how some can be potentially used to exploit the game. The No Return mode in The Last of Us 2 Remastered features a leaderboard and some of the accessibility options can impact gameplay for those who need it, leading some in the community to feel like certain scores are invalid due to certain options potentially being used to mitigate some of the challenge.

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