The Last of Us Part 2 60 FPS PlayStation 5 Update Released

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The Last of Us Part 2 60 FPS PlayStation 5 Update Released

May 19, 2021

By: Patrick Perrault

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Naughty Dog
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PlayStation 4
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The Last of Us Part 2 PS5 Update has been released available now, and with it comes a toggle that allows players to choose between 30 or 60 FPS. Check out the announcement below:

Once patch 1.08 for The Last of Us Part II is installed on your PS5, you will find a toggle in the Display options that allows you to choose between a Framerate Target of 30 FPS or 60 FPS. This allows you to choose your preferred framerate to complement the rest of the enhancements that are part of the PS5 backward compatibility with PS4 games, such as an enhanced resolution, faster load times, and more.

As you might expect, this was "one of the most requested items from the community", which makes sense considering since The Last of Us Part 2 is a gorgeous game that could definitely use the extra horsepower available in the PS5, and now it is possible to play The Last of Us Part 2 at 60 FPS. 

If you want to see it in action on the PS5, check it out below:

Apparently, this is also "just the first step of working on the PS5" for Naughty Dog, which while expected is exciting news. Whether it's more Last of Us content, Uncharted, or anything else, more Naughty Dog games are always a good thing.

 
 

If you would like to check out the full announcement, be sure to click here. For more information on The Last of Us Part II and everything PlayStation, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more information, especially with E3 right around the corner.

What do you think of this news? Have you played The Last of Us Part 2? If you haven't, are you interested in picking it up now? Let us know in the comments!

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