The PS4 game The Last of Us Remastered has been stuck at 60 frames per second on the PlayStation 4 Pro for the last six weeks.
It’s one of the biggest glitches in the series, which was announced back in March.
As of now, the PS4 Pro can handle only 60fps in most of its games, but that could change.
Sony has been working to fix The Last Of Us Remastered’s bug.
Here’s how to fix it.
First, go to your Settings.
This is the main menu that appears when you start the game.
Click on the blue button next to “Performance.”
This will take you to a menu that lists your system specs.
Go to “Graphics” and scroll down to the “Render Quality” section.
Go into the “GPU” section, which is where the game is currently stuck.
The “Quality” dropdown will change from “Excellent” to “Fine.”
It should now look like this.
Hit the red “Apply” button and you should now be able to go back to the main Menu.
Here’s what you need to do to fix your game.
Hit the PlayStation button in the bottom right of your screen and select Settings from the menu.
Select “Performance” and “Resolutions” and then “Advanced.”
You should now see a new “Advanced” section under “Performance Settings.”
Select “Resolution” and it should now say “HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)” in its top right corner.
Hit “Change Settings” and you’ll now be presented with your options.
Hit any of the dropdowns on the left to change the settings for your graphics card.
Hit “Apply,” then hit “Save.”
Once you’re done with the settings, hit the PS button and hit “Play.”