The Last of Us Part I will be on PC “very soon” after PS5, says developer

The Last of Us Part I will be on PC “very soon” after PS5, says developer
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The Last of Us Part I, Naughty Dog’s upcoming remake, will be out on September 2nd on PlayStation 5. And the PC version will be out “very soon” afterwards, in the words of one developer.

When Sony announced the game, last month, no specific PC release date was given. The company merely said that the game would be coming to both platforms.

Jonathan Benainous, the senior environment texture artist, spoke on Twitter (via VGC) about the game’s PC release. One user said that they were excited to get the game on PC. Benainous replied:

“Glad to hear you’re hyped man! PC version should come out a bit later, but very soon after the PS5 release!”

In other recent The Last of Us Part I news, a former Naughty Dog developer defended the game against charges of being a cash grab. And, during Summer Game Fest, the studio revealed the new multiplayer expansion for Part II. We don’t know much about it, but we have a piece of concept art. And we know that it will be set in San Francisco, which is cool.

Plus, we got a long gameplay video last week. It detailed many of the features and improvements that Naughty Dog have made to the original. This came after six minutes of footage leaked online, and one anonymous leaker said that there were “no gameplay improvements” in the remake.