The Last Of Us, Part 1: The Release Date Was Changed To March 28

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It has been announced by Naughty Dog that the launch of The Last of Us Part 1 for the PC will be pushed back by three weeks. The video game will now become accessible to users on March 28 instead of its original release date of March 3 for the platform. There were rumors floating around about a PC port of The Last of Us Part 1 even before Sony revealed their PS5 version. It was verified not long after that, and it became available for play on March 3. It is currently postponed, much like a large number of other games that were announced lately.


The releasing date of The Last of Us Part 1 has reportedly been moved to March 28 according to the official Twitter account for Naughty Dog. Although the delay isn’t as as lengthy as some of the others, it is nevertheless unexpected considering that the game is now available for purchase on the PlayStation 5.

The graphics in The Last of Us Part 1 have been significantly improved compared to those in the PlayStation 4 remaster, which just covered over the PlayStation 3 version with new content, thus developer Naughty Dog would want an additional three weeks to finish the game before releasing it.

In addition, The Last of Us Part 1 will be the first installment of the series to be released on personal computers, and Sony and Naughty Dog will want its debut to be flawless. The pre-order page on Steam and Epic Games Store does not, however, provide any information on the required hardware and software at this time. They ought to emerge within the next few weeks, and one can only hope that it does not need for a GeForce RTX 4080 and 32 gigabytes of RAM in order to run at 4K at 60 frames per second.

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