The Last Of Us developer teases more games coming to PC

Naughty Dog, creator of The Last of Us Part 1 for PC. Has hinted at its future project, saying it is “already looking forward to revealing more” about it.

Naughty Dog hinted in a blog post commemorating the PC release of The Last of Us Part 1. Yesterday (March 28) that the game may not be the first PC-exclusive title from the developer.

Where will Naughty Dog’s next game or app lead us?” PlayStation and PC fans should be confident that Naughty Dog is looking forward to sharing more with those who play with a DualSense controller or a keyboard and mouse.

“Developing for both platforms enables us to integrate lessons learned from either into the overall design of our games,” the firm said.

The blog post implies that in the future Naughty Dog would create cross-platform games rather than re-releasing older games with port updates.

The blog went on to say that Naughty Dog “has embraced” the idea of players “sharing our tales and experiences on PS5 as well as PC,” and that it “will continue to encourage” this going ahead.

The essay explains how much work went into “tuning, refining. And even re-thinking” in order to port The Last of Us Part 1 to PC.

Fans have complained that Naughty Dog’s PC adaptation. The Last of Us Part 1 has a variety of speed and optimization concerns, which the developer has denied.

The game has received hundreds of negative reviews from players, leading Steam to classify it as “mainly negative.”

After ten long years, I finally get to play The Last of Us.

“My computer can handle just about any other game, but this one is unusable,” said one gamer. I am quite dissatisfied.

The developers at Naughty Dog have said that they are “currently examining” the port’s problems.

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Zain Hanif

I'm a lifelong fan of anime and video games, and I have a deep passion for Japanese culture. I've been watching anime and playing video games since I was a kid, and I'm always up-to-date with the latest releases. My knowledge of the history and culture of the anime and gaming industries is extensive, and I love to explore new content in these areas.

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