Naughty Dog has released trailer for the upcoming game move, No Return from The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered.
The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered No Return Trailer
Recently, Sony announced that they will release The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered for PS5 at January 2024. For example, Remastered version will offer improved loading times and full support for Dual Sense, such as adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. It will also come with a roguelike survival mode called No Return, and a new trailer gives users a taste of what they can expect from this game mode.
The trailer for No Return in The Last of Us 2 Remastered begins with Abby trying to fight off a wave of enemies, before giving fans a look at the characters that will be playable in this mode. It confirms that users will be able to play as Joel, Tommy, Jesse, Dina, Lev, and more in the No Return game mode. This screen also highlights each character’s inventory, playstyle, and traits, as it looks like Manny will have a health advantage over the others.
Current planned playable characters are like this:
The video then goes over the basic structure of No Return, confirming that gamers will fight enemies in different locations as they progress through a run. Additionally, it seems like users will be facing some unique enemies in this game mode, as one section features the player encountering an invisible foe.
Finally, it confirms that fans will also come across the Rat King from The Last of Us 2 in the No Return mode. Overall, it looks like No Return will offer plenty of variety, as it will give users more ways to engage with The Last of Us 2’s gameplay.
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The Last of Us 2 Remastered comes with other extras and bonuses, including new skins, a Guitar Free Play mode, and three levels that were cut from the base game. These levels will offer a look at early development sections, and they will come with developer commentary for added context.
Fans interested in purchasing The Last of Us 2 Remastered should note that owners of the base game will be able to upgrade for $10 USD when it launches.
The Last of Part 2 Remastered will eventually be available for PC as well but there are no certain news about it yet.