June 24, 2024

As The Final of Us Half 2 strides again within the highlight due to its not too long ago launched PlayStation 5 remaster, developer Naughty Canine has introduced an arrival date for its beforehand revealed making-of documentary, which will likely be accessible to look at on YouTube and in-game through an impending Remastered patch from Friday, 2nd February.

Grounded 2: Making The Final of Us Half 2 is (as its identify very a lot implies) the sequel to Naughty Canine’s authentic Grounded documentary, which launched in 2015 and charted the “dogged improvement and distinctive philosophy” of the primary The Final of Us sport.

This follow-up documentary nearly did not occur; filming was pressured to wrap up prematurely when the coronavirus pandemic struck in 2020, however the footage (which fits again to The Final of Us Half 2’s early days in 2016) has now been revisited and assembled into an 85-minutes behind-the-scenes characteristic exploring the sequel’s improvement.

Aoife runs the rule over The Final of Us Half 2 Remastered’s No Return mode.Watch on YouTube

Grounded 2’s arrival subsequent Friday (there is a trailer right here, but it surely’s extraordinarily game-spoilery so proceed with warning) will likely be accompanied by an replace for The Final of Us Half 2 Remastered that, in addition to making it attainable to look at the documentary in-game, will embrace extra skins for Ellie and Abby, presumably to be used within the marketing campaign and roguelike survival mode No Return.

No Return is, after all, one in all a number of new options included in The Final of US 2 Remastered, arriving alongside the likes of a Guitar Free Play mode, a behind-the-scenes marketing campaign commentary observe, enhanced visuals, and extra. Digital Foundry referred to as the latest PlayStation 5 launch a “profitable, although not boundary-pushing” remaster, whereas Eurogamer contributor Vikki Blake additionally had good issues to say in regards to the bundle.

“Even with a story as bleak as this one,” she wrote, “I would like no excuse to justify spending somewhat high quality time once more with one of many best video games of a era.”