It took nearly a decade for Sony’s iconic console exclusive to finally be available on PC. Yes, without exaggeration, the iconic game for PS3 was introduced back in 2013, and the PS4 version appeared in 2014. A refined remake of The Last of Us for PS5 appeared last fall, and now finally The Last of Us Part Ican be played on PC. The game is already available on
Steam and Epic Games Store.Those who want to join the celebration of gaming life should prepare UAH 1,699, a fairly powerful platform and about 100 GB of free space on the drive.
Apparently acting as Naughty Dog’s technical partner, AMD offered a series of videos demonstrating FSR 2 scaling technology, which allowed a decent level of performance in 4K mode with maximum quality settings. However, for such indicators, you will need to get a Radeon RX 7900 XTX 24 GB graphics card in advance.
At the same time, AMD decided to please patient PC owners who are planning to upgrade their system in the near future. To make it easier for users to choose their solutions, AMD offers buyers of any graphics card from the Radeon RX 6000 and Radeon RX 7000 series The Last of Us Part I as a bonus game. This applies to both the top models at $1000+ and basic Radeon RX 6400 for ~$170.
The campaign is also relevant for Ukraine. However, the list of partners is limited to two sites – TELEMART.UA and Click. The terms and conditions, as well as the list of available models, can be found on the corresponding websites of the stores.
Judging by the first reviews, The Last of Us Part I will not be able to avoid starting problems. Players complain about poor optimization, frequent crashes, and unreasonably long compilation of shaders. According to the first reviews, the rating on Steam fell to 40%. Well, you can’t do without patches here. It’s fine, they will fix it, PC gamers know how to wait.