The Last of Us Part 1 Launches on PC Tomorrow

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Fans of the critically acclaimed video game, The Last of Us, have eagerly awaited its release on PC. Finally, that day has arrived. The Last of Us Part 1 will be available on Microsoft Windows within the next 24 hours.

Improvements in the PC Version

The PC version will feature many improvements compared to the PlayStation version. It will support 21:9 ultrawide and 32:9 super ultrawide screens, along with new up-scaling technologies like FSR and DLSS.

The game will be playable via M/KB and a variety of controllers, including the DualSense controller, which supports adaptive triggers and haptic feedback when connected via a USB cable; you can visit our previous article for additional details. The system requirements for the game are mentioned there as well, which low-end PC players will definitely want to check out.

The Last of Us History

The first TLOU game has had several releases. The original game was released on PS3 in 2013 and was remastered for PS4 a year later. Naughty Dog, the developer of the original game, decided to remake the title from the ground up for both PS5 and PC. The former was released last year in September and the latter will launch tomorrow. The PC version will bring the successful game to a new audience and introduce them to a post-apocalyptic world filled with danger, adventure, and emotion.

Critical Reception

The original game is considered one of the best games of all time and for good reason. It received numerous awards, including Game of the Year from multiple publications like GDC and BAFTA. The much-anticipated sequel, The Last of Us Part II, also received critical acclaim and is currently the second most-awarded game in history, Elden Ring being the first.

Future PC Ports

Details about future PC ports from Sony are scarce. Previous leaks suggested that Horizon Forbidden West, Demon's Souls, and Gran Turismo 7 could make their way to Microsoft Windows. However, there hasn’t been an official announcement as of writing.

So, what do you think? Are you interested in playing The Last of Us Part 1 on PC? Have you played the original game on PlayStation before? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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