The Last Of Us Part II now runs at 60 fps on the PS5

If youve managed to score a PlayStation 5 and havent yet plunged into the stunning headache of The Last of United States Part II (TLOU2), now might be the time. Naughty Pet has launched its very first PS5 efficiency patch for the game, which bumps the framerate approximately 60 fps.

Some other significant first-party PS4 games have received a similar upgrade on PS5, including God of War, Ratchet and Clank, Ghost of Tsushima and Days Gone. The efficiency spot for TLOU2 enhances other PS5 enhancements for the game, such as faster packing times and improved resolution (with PS4 Pro-level visuals) that are part of backwards compatibility with PS4 video games.
There may be more PS5-centric updates for TLOU2 in the pipeline. Naughty Dog said on the PlayStation Blog this is “just the initial step of dealing with the PS5” and hinted it will have more news to share later. Fingers crossed that a ray-tracing upgrade remains in the works also. All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our moms and dad business. Some of our stories consist of affiliate links. We may earn an affiliate commission if you purchase something through one of these links.

Once youve installed patch 1.08, there will be a brand-new option in the display screen settings. You can set the framerate target at 30 fps or 60 fps. The PS5 should be capable of handling the latter without any genuine issues. Digital Foundry tested the spot and found that TLOU2 was locked at 60 fps through eight hours of gameplay, save for one momentary blip. A DF video detailing the analysis is informative, however it consists of some spoilers, so tread thoroughly.