The Last of Us Part 1 is Out Now on PC

Naughty Dog's remake of its 2013 classic is now available on Steam and the Epic Games Store, with exclusive features and options.

Posted By | On 28th, Mar. 2023

The Last of Us Part 1

From its humble origins on PS3 to a remaster on PS4 and finally, the remake on PS5, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part 1 is now available on PC. You can buy it on Steam or the Epic Games Store. Check out the launch trailer below.

The Last of Us Part 1 features the same critically acclaimed story as the 2013 original (along with the Left Behind DLC) but with vastly improved visuals, more detailed animations and overhauled AI. New features like modifiers and accessibility options have been added, along with modes like Speedrun.

It supports a wide array of features on PC like Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution, AMD FSR 2.2, Ultrawide displays, DualSense support, full controller remapping and much more. You’ll need a pretty strong set-up for the Recommended requirements – head here for more details.

For more details on the remake, check out our review of the PS5 version here.


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