PlayStation’s critically acclaimed franchise is finally coming to PC this month. The Last of Us Part 1 tells the original game’s story with updated visuals to deliver the most polished iteration of The Last of Us yet.
PlayStation has now released a new trailer for the game, going over the features of the upcoming title. The official system requirements have also been revealed.
The system requirements are not too out of the ordinary. Most of the settings and specifications are similar to modern PC titles, but the Ultra preset at 4K 60 FPS seems to be the standout requirement.
The Last of Us Part 1 asks for the $1200 GeForce RTX 4080 and 32GB of Ram for the 4K 60 FPS at the Ultra preset. Similar to most recent games, an SSD is recommended, and the game will take up a whopping 100 GB of storage.
PlayStation has also highlighted new features for the PC release. The Last of Us Part 1 will support upscaling technologies like AMD’s FSR and Nvidia’s DLSS. Users with ultrawide monitors can also take advantage of the wider aspect ratio.
The Last of Us Part 1 will be available on PC starting from March 28. PlayStation also released Returnal on PC earlier this year, and The Last of Us Part 1 will continue the gaming giant’s commitment to bringing first-party games to the PC platform.
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