The PlayStation 5 remake of the classic survival game is almost ready for release, and today Naughty Dog has revealed some of the PC-exclusive features that will be coming to the PC port of The Last of Us Part 1.
The PC version of the title will support 4K resolution, upscaling with AMD FSR 2.2 and Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution, VSync and frame rate cap options, and an extensive suite of adjustable graphics settings.
Naughty Dog has also detailed the minimum and recommended system requirements for the game, which are quite reasonable. At the minimum end, you’ll be able to play at 720p and 30 fps with a Ryzen 5 1500X or Intel Core i7-4770K, paired with an AMD Radeon 470 or GeForce GTX 970/1050 Ti. At the other end, you’ll need a Core i7-5960X or AMD RX 7900XT with a GeForce GTX 1080 or RTX 2080 paired with 16GB of RAM and 100GB of SSD storage.
The PC version of the game will come out on March 28, a couple weeks after the PS5 TV adaptation season finale airs on HBO Max. It will cost $50, which is a big saving for those who haven’t been able to pick up the PS5 version yet.
Naughty Dog will also be adding more accessibility features to the game for those with disabilities, including the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. It will also support 3D audio, and gamers will be able to use compatible audio devices or headphones.