We knew Joel and Ellie's adventure wouldn't be enough for just one system.

The Last of Us, which became one of last year's biggest hits for the PlayStation 3, is ready to settle on a new console. Sony announced today that Naughty Dog's award-winning survival adventure will make its way to the PlayStation 4 this summer.

Selling for $60, the game will feature 1080p remastered visuals, along with a director's commentary featuring creative director and writer Neil Druckman, as well as voice actors Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson.

In addition, the game will come with all the recently released DLC, including the Left Behind single player expansion, as well as the Abandoned Territories and Reclaimed Territories multiplayer packs.

Pre-orders are available now, and Sony is even offering some special bonuses through the PlayStation store, including Early Access to the Brawler Survival Skill and the Jeep Cap and Surgical Mask for Factions mode.

If you can't wait for summer, be sure to check out The Last of Us now on PlayStation 3. Otherwise, a Remaster awaits…