To celebrate, as well as that whole polished-up, remastered, PlayStation 4 version, the studio has revealed that there's some new multiplayer DLC in the works - and it's set to hit both consoles, thanks to Sony's cross-buy function.
Similarly, any paid-for in-game content will be available through cross-buy, so if you've got both versions, you won't have to pick a favourite.
We've still got our fingers crossed for more single-player stuff, but we're happy with whatever we can get our hands on.
And! We'll be able to get our hands on the PlayStation 4 Remastered edition by the end of the month - pre-orders are available now through the Sony Entertainment Network.
Remember, pre-ordering the game will net you some tasty goodies in the Day One exclusive Survival Pack:
Increased healing speed.
9mm reload speed upgrade.
Rifle clip capacity upgrade.
Two skins for Joel and Ellie (unlocked after completing the single-player campaign).
Bonus XP for multiplayer.
Multiplayer melee attack booster.
Extra in-game cash.
Special customisable character items for multiplayer.
Something interesting about this remastered version: You'll be locked to 30 frames per second on PS4, and you'll have to download a Day One patch.
However, that patch will introduce a "Photo Mode", like we've seen before in inFamous: Second Son, so it's not all bad.
The Last of Us: Remastered hits PlayStation 4 around the world on July 29.
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