Naughty Dog's harrowing post-apocalyptic drama The Last of Us has been dated for a 29th July release, Sony announced at its E3 press conference.

That's a Tuesday, so it's ostensibly the following Friday, 1st August, in Europe.

The Last of Us Remastered will feature the original game along with its Left Behind campaign expansion and all the multiplayer DLC.

This enhanced edition will be in 1080p and include "higher resolution character models, improved shadows and lighting, upgraded textures, along with even more improvements."

Get a peek at how The Last of Us Remastered looks in action in the trailer below.

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