The Last Of Us Part I’s PC Requirements And Features Have Been Revealed

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Naughty Dog has revealed what PC players can expect from the upcoming port of the previously-PS5 exclusive The Last of Us Part I, including the minimum hardware requirements to play the game at various levels of quality.

As far as PC-specific features goes, the game will include AMD FSR 2.2 and Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution support, V-sync, options to cap frame rates as well as the usual settings to tweak different graphical options. It’ll also support true 4K resolutions, 21:9 ultrawide and 32:9 super ultrawide aspect rations, 3D audio and DualSense haptic feedback and adaptive triggers (provided you plug the controller in).

For hardware requirements, Naughty Dog is recommending at least the equivalent of an AMD Ryzen 5 1500X/Intel Core i7-4770K and AMD Radeon 470/NVIDIA GeForce 1050 Ti at the lowest end for 720p/30fps gameplay at the Low preset, all the way up to a Ryzen 9 5900K/Core i5-12600K and AMD RX 7900XT/GeForce RTX 4080 at the upper end for 4K/60fps on the Ultra setting.

You can see the full chart below:

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The Last of Us Part I marks the series’ PC debut, and will be available on March 29th via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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We gave the game a 9/10 in our PS5 review, saying “The Last of Us Part I is, for all intents and purposes, the same The Last of Us that you know. It doesn’t take liberties to completely reshape the experience and nor should it. It does, however, smartly enhance the original’s combat through A.I. advancements, and drags the original’s production values over the line to create a product that can stand unified with its more polished sequel. The Last Of Us: Part I is without doubt the most definitive version of The Last of Us on the market.”

The Last of Us Part I arrives on PC March 29, 2023 via Steam and the Epic Games Store. Ahead of The Last of Us Part I’s launch later this month, get a sneak peek at some of The Last of Us Part I’s PC features, such as the inclusion of the “Left Behind” DLC story chapter, Photo Mode, Ultra-Wide Support (for both 21:9 Ultrawide and 32:9 Super Ultrawide aspect ratios), 3D audio, and more.