Both “Until Dawn” and “The Last of Us: Remastered” have virtually cleared the loading screen.
The new patch has reportedly improved the loading time of the first-party PlayStation 4 game The Last of Us: Remastered and until Dawn.
As discovered by our friends in VGCPreviously, it could take more than a minute for the first TLOU load screen to load, but reports show that the load was reduced to just 14 seconds. On the other hand, it was almost completely eradicated until Dawn saw the loading screen.
This is a video by El Analista DeBits that shows the rapid changes in real time.
Other first-party titles, such as God of War, have also reduced load times due to a new compression system that may have been introduced in preparation for backward compatibility with Sony’s next console, the PS5.It is guessed by A few This technology may have been quietly used in the development of Ghost of Tsushima.
Very impressive! pic.twitter.com/9myqT4mK9D
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