Lost Levels allow players to explore early versions of three new levels that were not in the original The Last of Us Part II: Sewers, Jackson Party, and Boar Hunt.
The new No Return mode will allow you to play as previously unavailable characters such as Dean, Jesse, Tommy, and others, each of which will have features that will affect the style of play.
“Survive as long as you can in each run as you choose your path through a series of randomized encounters featuring different foes and memorable locations from throughout The Last of Us Part II, all culminating in tense boss battles,” the game’s page says.
On the other hand, the remaster will also offer a number of technical improvements, such as native 4K support in Fidelity Mode and 1440p scalable to 4K in Performance Mode. In addition, the game will have an unlocked frame rate option for VRR-enabled TVs.
The Last of Us Part II Remastered will be released on January 19, 2024, and owners of the game on PlayStation 4 will be able to update for only $10.