Developer says The Last of Us Part 1 Remake isn’t a ‘money grab’

An animator who worked on The Last of Us Part 1 Remake challenged the idea that it was “just a cash grab” and argued that a lot of thought and care went into it . He claims that the high price of the remake is affordable.

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The Last of Us remake was unveiled by Naughty Dog at Summer Game Fest. However, it was not a surprise as the details had already been leaked the day before the event. And recently, the costs of the PS5 remake were accidentally revealed by the studio, shocking the majority of fans. The remake’s $70 price tag drew some criticism. Nonetheless, an animator working on The Last of Us Part 1 Remake objects to the idea of ​​the project being purely financial.

“In fact, this is the most meticulously constructed and engineered project I have ever seen or been involved with in my entire career,” said Robert Morrison. on Twitter, who worked as a cinematic animator for the remake at PlayStation Studios. “The highest level of care and attention to detail possible.”

The developer’s tweet drew a wide variety of responses in the comments, both supporting and opposing the idea. Some claim that it is already a remaster and The Last of Us Part 2 Online is not finished. On the other hand, others claim that due to the evolution of gaming technology, it will be exactly as Naughty Dog envisioned it, and no one is forced to buy it.

Morrison has been a video game animator since the late 1990s. His works include Resident Evil 7 and Capcom’s God of War. While gamers will have the opportunity to see the graphical improvements of the PS5 version, we will see how the remake of an already accessible game justifies its high price.

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