The Last of Us Part 1 Reaches Top Spot On Steam Best Sellers

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The hype for The Last of Us Part 1 on PC is at an all-time high, with the game being just a few hours from release. It is one of the highest-rated titles from PlayStation and will be making its way to the PC platform for the first time.

The Last of Us Part 1 has also reached the top spot on Steam’s best-sellers list.

The Last of Us Part 1 Steam Top Selling
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Sony has previously seen much success with games like Marvel’s Spider-Man and God of War on PC. However, recent PlayStation PC ports have not lived up to the benchmark set by these games.

This might change with The Last of Us Part 1 since the game has been well-established for nearly a decade, and the entire industry has sung praises of Naughty Dog’s narrative adventure.

The much-anticipated remake could also be Steam Deck Verified on launch, allowing PC players more options to play the game on the go.

It is worth noting that a 4k experience would need 32 GB RAM and a GeForce RTX 4080. While this might be overkill, it will provide the best possible experience on PC.

The Last of Us Part 1 will require a whopping 75GB of storage, so it is better to download the game before release so you can start playing it immediately at release in approximately 2 hours.

Aside from that, what do you think of The Last of Us Part 1? Are you excited about the PC port?

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