Right before the PlaySta­tion 5 broke on the scene, the PS4 had a bunch of amaz­ing releas­es. One on of those was Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part II, which now has been upgrad­ed for the new gen­er­a­tion. A per­for­mance patch for the game now gives play­ers the option to run it at 60fps on the PlaySta­tion 5.

Once the game is updat­ed to ver­sion 1.08, you can choose between 30fps or 60fps from the Dis­play options. The stu­dio teased that this is just the begin­ning of them explor­ing the new hardware.

This allows you to choose your pre­ferred frame rate to com­ple­ment the rest of the enhance­ments that are part of the PS5 back­ward com­pat­i­bil­i­ty with PS4 games, such as an enhanced res­o­lu­tion, faster load times, and more,” Naughty Dog’s Arne Mey­er stat­ed in a post on the PlaySta­tion Blog.

Mey­er added that Naughty Dog has spent time “dig­ging into the PS5 hard­ware” and that the team is “excit­ed about what the future holds.” Mey­er also teased that fans can expect Naughty Dog to con­tin­ue to do more with the PS5 in the future. “This patch is just the first step of work­ing on the PS5,” Mey­er said.

Dig­i­tal Foundry test­ed The Last of Us: Part II on PS5 with the per­for­mance update and has report­ed hat it’s “prac­ti­cal­ly flaw­less” at this new frame rate. You can check out Dig­i­tal Foundry’s full video if you’re interested.

Accord­ing to a some­what recent report, Naughty Dog is work­ing on a remake of The Last of Us for PlaySta­tion 5, although this has not been offi­cial­ly con­firmed. They are also believed to be work­ing on a stand­alone The Last of Us mul­ti­play­er title.

Neil Druck­mann has also stat­ed that he’s out­lined The Last of Us: Part III, but it’s too ear­ly to say if Naughty Dog is going to com­mit to this game or make a dif­fer­ent one.