Sony Interactive Entertainment announced that The Last Guardian will be optimized for the PlayStation 4 Pro, but unfortunately at the moment there are not many details given about it: although confirming the upscaling to 4K, and graphical improvements and performance, plus support for HDR on all models of PlayStation 4 and Slim.
During a recent event for the press, it was announced that The Last Guardian will support PS4 Pro. More details on the PS4 Pro support will be disseminated at the game’s closing launch, scheduled for December 7 in Europe.
After nearly ten years of development, the new game of Fumito Ueda is preparing to finally see the light, the title came into being Gold and the Japanese manufacturer has already opened and unpacked the first copy of the game.
Indeed, yesterday the game’s creator Fumito Ueda has discarded the first copy of the title in a video that we offer at the bottom.
The Last Guardian has entered Gold phase in October, after 10 years of arduous development, which means that it has gone to the burning step, in view of the distribution planned on December 7 exclusively on Playstation 4.
Recall that The Last Guardian will come out exclusively for PlayStation 4 on 7 December. Originally, it is a game that was announced for PS3 but due to various problems of development it has been postponed, with rumors of cancellation through until its final arrival later this year. It is the third production of Team ICO, after Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, both of PS2.
Below you can check out the video in which Fumito Ueda discards the first copy of the game:
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