Sony has updated the post from which we learned the system requirements of The Last of Us: Part I. It has slightly changed the infographic, which shows that not only Naughty Dog is responsible for the PC port of the game - as the logo of independent studio Iron Galaxy has been added. They are the creators of, among other things, multiplayer game Rumbleverse, also prepared the PC port of Uncharted: A Thief's Legacy Collection. Interestingly, on the product card of The Last of Us: Part I on Steam Iron Galaxy Studios was not listed.
Sony reminds of upcoming release of the PC port of The Last of Us: Part I via a message posted on the PlayStation blog. The exact system requirements of the remake were revealed. Those interested in the game must prepare a really powerful computer - e.g. 32 GB of RAM is needed for ultra graphics settings at 1440p resolution. You can examine the full specs below.
It is worth adding that The Last of Us: Part I on PCs will:
- support AMD FSR 2.2 and Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution technologies;
- offer support for ultra-wide monitors with screen aspect ratios of 21:9, as well as 32:9;
- support all features of the DualSense controller (as long as you use it wired);
- include new controls customization options, including, among others, an adaptive mode that enables you to use the keyboard and controller at the same time.
The release of the PC version of The Last of Us: Part I will take place on March 28. The game is available for pre-order on Steam and at Epic Games Store. The remake is the first part of the series to be released on PC - so far The Last of Us has only appeared on Sony consoles.