The incredibly realistic wear and tear the game's axe undergoes as the player approaches the game's conclusion is something to marvel at. \nSomeone who has played the first part of The Last of Us has observed the game's axe. In games, programmers occasionally hide a few surprises for players willing to look closely; these are usually the most rewarding to uncover. Those who play The Last of Us: Part 1 with wide-open eyes will find several easter eggs. \n \nRecently, Naughty Dog released The Last of Us Part 1 for the PlayStation 5, a revamped version that uses the PS5's enhanced graphical capabilities and the latest engine technology. As a result, the game's visual quality has improved, and the DualSense controller's functionality has been fully implemented. \n \nHowever, this remake stays true to the original game's story and gameplay from 2013. A player who has played The Last of Us Part 1 has found incredible detail in one of the game's weapons, demonstrating the high quality of the new version. \n \nDat Bokeh, a Reddit user, uploaded a screenshot of a nearly broken axe from The Last of Us Part 1. A split in the blade and a crack in the handle of the bleeding weapon are visible in the photo. It's nice to see Naughty Dog put in this tiny touch, yet it's also easy to overlook when playing the game. \n \nThe picture by Dat Bokeh is getting a lot of attention, with over 1,800 upvotes on this post thus far. That we've gone from Pong and 8-bit Mario to see the threads in a character's clothing in one lifetime, as one commentator put it, is astounding. A further user joked that Joel is using excessive force when fighting in The Last of Us Part 1, while others complained that the axe broke too readily in-game even though a real-world tool would not.