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Looks like Naughty Dog’s PS4 port of The Last of Us will arrive June 20, based on Best Buy, GameFly, and Target listings.

Retailers typical employ two placeholder dates for products: the 15th when they know it’ll be out that month, and the last day of the month when the launch window is uncertain. Based on the specificity of Best Buy, GameFly, and Target’s listings, it seems likely, then, that The Last of Us: Remastered will arrive after E3 2014 (and the same month as when The Last of Us launched on PS3 initially last year).

The PS4 port of The Last of Us was confirmed by SCEA just last week, after it was spotted on the PSN store. According to Sony, The Last of Us: Remastered will boast 1080p resolution, higher character resolution, improved shadows and lighting, and will run at 60 frames per second.

On April 10, Sony released the following extremely short teaser:

The Last of Us: Remastered listed for June 20 release across several retailers

By | 04/15/2014 03:24 PM PT

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Looks like Naughty Dog’s PS4 port of The Last of Us will arrive June 20, based on Best Buy, GameFly, and Target listings.

Retailers typical employ two placeholder dates for products: the 15th when they know it’ll be out that month, and the last day of the month when the launch window is uncertain. Based on the specificity of Best Buy, GameFly, and Target’s listings, it seems likely, then, that The Last of Us: Remastered will arrive after E3 2014 (and the same month as when The Last of Us launched on PS3 initially last year).

The PS4 port of The Last of Us was confirmed by SCEA just last week, after it was spotted on the PSN store. According to Sony, The Last of Us: Remastered will boast 1080p resolution, higher character resolution, improved shadows and lighting, and will run at 60 frames per second.

On April 10, Sony released the following extremely short teaser:

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