Naughty Dog highlights PC features and specs for upcoming port of The Last of Us Part I just ahead of its launch.
|The Last of Us Part I PC Features and Specs Revealed
As series fans are eagerly waiting for developer Naughty Dog to officially show off multiplayer mode for The Last of Us Part II, sales for PlayStation 5 remake of its 2013 predecessor The Last of Us Part I rises in UK after TV show premiere.
Originally set to launch earlier this month, remake of The Last of Us was delayed last month by Naughty Dog until late March. Weeks before its release, Sony has revealed PC specific features and system requirement details of TLoU Part I.
For its historic PC debut, TLoU Part I brings new features and quality-of-life enhancements for players. You can expect support for AMD FSR 2.2 and Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution with frame rate cap, VSync and lots of additional features.
You can adjust and control aspects like ambient occlusion, reflections, shadow, texture quality and more. Play as Joel and Ellie to experience their unforgettable journey in 4K resolution with ultra-wide support for 21:9 and 32:9 monitors.
|The Last of Us Part I PC Specs Revealed
PC players can also enjoy both DualSense and DualShock controller support, a variety of other gamepads or keyboard and mouse. Better hear surrounding sounds with compatible speakers or stereo headphones, using 3D audio support.
The Last of Us Part I on PC comes with notable bug fixes and improvements to ensure a better and smooth experience. Aside from pretty high-end requirement, players need to have 100 GB of free hard drive space for game installations.