The Last of Us Part 1’s PC release is right around the corner. In preparation of this, Naughty Dog has published a brief video showing off some more of its planned features.
For its PC debut, The Last of Us Part 1 will offer unlocked framerate, FSR Support, a speedrun mode (however, depending on whatever version you choose, some story advancement may be necessary before this option is unlocked) and a permadeath mode.
Here is a brief preview of how everything will appear in action:
Moreover, Naughty Dog said earlier this year that The Last of Us Part 1 will have a full array of customizable visual choices on PC. In addition, there will be support for 21:9 Ultrawide and 32:9 Super Ultrawide monitors, as well as compatibility with other technologies, such as AMD FSR 2.2, Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution, and 3D audio.
Sony promotes wired DualSense controller support, but also emphasizes that The Last of Us Part 1 is compatible with a variety of alternative gamepads, as well as the keyboard and mouse. It promises a selection of control customisation options, including control remapping, primary and secondary bindings for keyboard and mouse control, plus an adaptive mode combining keyboard and controller inputs.
Meanwhile, the PC requirements for The Last of Us Part 1 have been provided by Naughty Dog and Sony and are listed below.
The PC version of The Last of Us Part 1 is scheduled for release on March 28 (via Steam and Epic), with pre-orders available now.
For a breakdown on what you get with each edition, you can read our article detailing the various perks and bonuses here.