The Last of Us 2: Update 1.09 surprising for the PS4 adventure to download

The Last of Us 2: Update 1.09 surprising for the PS4 adventure to download

The Last of Us 2

The Last of Us Part 2 players have surprisingly had access to a new update since the weekend: Patch 1.09 is available for download. The update is available as usual via the PlayStation Network and should be installed very quickly: The download size is around 100 megabytes. Many changes and innovations are not to be expected with the comparatively small update. As reported by the English-language website, among others, only "general bug fixes and improvements" are mentioned on the list of innovations.

Further details on the new The Last of Us Part 2 (buy now € 33.95) The patch notes do not have update 1.09 ready. It is therefore also unclear which screws the developers actually turned. As usual, we will keep you up to date on our topic page. There you will also find all the information about the series related to The Last of Us, which is currently being produced at HBO. Filming is scheduled to begin in July.

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The Last of Us Part 2 Receives Surprising New Update

The Last of Us Part II has been out for over a year at this point, and as of this week, developer Naughty Dog has surprisingly released a new update for the game. The patch itself wasn't one that was announced beforehand and as such, comes about as a bit of a shock. That being said, the reason that there hasn't been much talk surrounding this update seems apparent once you realize what it does.

This new update for The Last of Us Part II, which is version 1.09, doesn't do a whole lot in the grand scheme of things. Even though any update for a game of this type might interest some fans, it doesn't seem as though this is one patch that will have a major impact on the experience as a whole. The patch notes as a whole only say that the update provides 'general bug fixes and improvements.' Additionally, the update as a whole is a pretty small one and weighs in just under 100MB.

While this update might not have a whole lot in store, though, that doesn't mean that Naughty Dog already hasn't improved The Last of Us Part II quite a bit since it released a year ago. Specifically, the PlayStation studio released an update for the game a little over a month ago that improved its performance on PlayStation 5 quite drastically. Although this patch doesn't take advantage of some of the key features of the next-gen platform, it does now allow the game as a whole to run at a consistent 60 frames per second.

Moving forward, it doesn't seem likely that we'll receive many more patches for The Last of Us Part 2. Currently, Naughty Dog is said to be busy working on its new multiplayer project that is seemingly set within the world of The Last of Us. In addition, a remake of the first game is also reportedly in development and will be heading to PS5 in the future.

For now, though, The Last of Us Part II is solely playable on PS4 and PS5. If the game is anything like Ghost of Tsushima and Death Stranding, however, perhaps we'll see a 'Director's Cut' version of the title come to PS5 in the future.