The Last of Us Part 2: Remastered Lost Levels Details Revealed Online

The levels will let players explore parts of the game that never made it in the original.

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  • Naughty Dog has revealed more details for The Last of Us Part 2: Remastered Lost Levels on the official PlayStation page.
  • There are three Lost Levels; these are the levels that were initially planned but were not added in the original game.
  • The fans are excited to get their hands on the new levels, with many already talking about the horrors that await them.

The Last of Us Part 2: Remastered was announced by the devs in an official blog after its existence was leaked on the PlayStation Store. Many new features have been confirmed, but the Lost Levels addition has stood out the most. Despite a few details, many particulars were still up in the air. The official PS page has now further clarified particulars about the levels, exploring additional content that has never been seen before.

The Lost Levels are cut content that was initially planned for the original game but never made it in. It is being included as a bonus for the new PS5 upgrade. The fans of the series can get a broader view with dev commentary included. The first level is dubbed Jackson Dance, followed by Boar Hunt, and the final level, Sewers. To add a disclaimer, it is currently unclear whether these levels will include encounters or any combat at all.

Lost Levels let you explore early-development versions of three new levels not seen in the original The Last of Us Part II: Sewers, Jackson Party and Boar Hunt. Enjoy hours of new developer commentary about The Last of Us Part II’s development as you experience the game.”

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The fans have taken to forums and social media to talk about the potential scares that are hiding away at these levels. Most of the community seems especially afraid about the Sewers level because of the likely horror that lays dormant within it. There is a slight possibility we end up encountering the Rat King and a bunch of stalkers in the Sewers.

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The Last of Us Part 2: Remastered was a sudden surprise that has caught many users off-guard. While some have made peace with the upcoming entry, others are still wondering about the need for a remaster of a title that only launched a couple of years ago. Regardless, the entry is bringing a slew of new changes, with features like No Return roguelike mode, Lost Levels with dev commentary, Guitar Free Play, visual improvements, and much more.

It is expected to launch on January 19, 2024, for the PlayStation 5. The PlayStation 4 owners are going to miss out on the remaster, likely due to the hardware requirements. However, The Last of Us 2 PS4 owners can get a free upgrade to a digital version of The Last of Us Part 2: Remastered for $10 at launch, including the ability to import saves. We can expect a PC port down the road, but the devs have not unveiled anything about it so far.

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