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The Last of Us Part II update version 1.01 file size and new features

The Last of Us Part II has reportedly been updated to version 1.01 with some new features.
PlayStation fans are anxiously awaiting the reviews of The Last of Us Part II to drop on 12th June, and for the release date of 19th June to arrive.

While we not-so-patiently wait to play the game, a report suggests The Last of Us Part II has received update version 1.01.

 

The Last of Us Part II updated to version 1.01

The Last of Us Part II has reportedly been updated to version 1.01. We know reviewers already have copies of the game, but the details of the update have not officially been confirmed by Naughty Dog or Sony.

The Last of Us Part II version 1.01 update details comes from a report on PlayStationBrahs. The publication claims details of version 1.01 update were sent to them by a source. 

 

The Last of Us part II update version 1.01
Get ready for a lot of kill shots with the Photo Mode (Picture: Naughty Dog)

 

The file size for The Last of Us Part II version 1.01 update is reportedly 4 GB. The update includes some new features, including a Photo Mode, a Concept Art Gallery, and more.

The Last of Us Part II version 1.01 update reportedly includes:

  • Photo Mode
  • Concept Art Gallery
  • Model Viewer
  • General bug fixes and improvements
  • Additional accessibility options

As always, remember to take information such as this with a grain of salt. The update contents, however, do seem very plausible. There's nothing crazy at all about the version 1.01 update details.

At the time of writing, there is no official word about The Last of Us Part II version 1.01 update.

We will know soon enough if this report turns out to be true, as the game launches on 19th June, and the review embargo drops on 12th June.