Iron Galaxy Studios and Naughty Dog have been constantly repairing The Last of Us: Part I on PC. Today, the game received an update numbered 184.108.40.206. The list of changes includes 43 eliminated problems - mainly bug fixes related to crashes, quality, accessibility options or language versions.
The update weighs 14 GB, and its most important features include:
- elimination of one of the sources of game crashes;
- analog knobs on DualSense and Xbox gamepads will stop freezing in one position;
- removal of visual glitches caused by incorrect texture rendering.
You can find the full list of changes here.
The Last of Us: Part I was released on PC on March 28, this year. The game came out in a deplorable technical condition - players complained among other things, about bugs that completely prevented gameplay and very long loading times of shaders. This translated into a very low player rating on Steam. Since then, the developers have been trying to fix the title, but it seems that the road to full success is still far away.