MUSH ROOM ON YOUR SSD.
PlayStation Blog has released the specifications for the incoming PC port of Naughty Dog remake The Last of Us Part I, and they’re unsurprisingly meaty, given the Gen 9 tech and general visual brilliance of the 2022 PS5 release.
Anybody looking for a steady 60 FPS at 1080P will need to rock a rig with an Intel i7-800 CPU and an 8GB nVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 3060 or equivalent. Those looking for “Ultra” settings, for example players looking for a 4K experience, will need an Intel Core i5-12600K CPU and a pricey NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 4080 or equivalent.
You can check out the full “Minimum” to “Ultra” specifications in the image below.
Ahead of The Last of Us Part I hitting PC on March 28, learn about some of its key features and specs on our blog: https://t.co/2PBqtqP5LC pic.twitter.com/iY1bg1fYqr
— Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) March 9, 2023
Whatever your setup, you’ll need an SSD footprint of 100GB to store all of those lovely textures, visual effects, and hours and hours of dialogue. The PC edition of Naughty Dog’s glumfest will also include additional features such as new resolution options for ultrawide monitors, as well as 3D audio support, and adjustable sliders for texture quality, shadows, and ambient occlusion, among other elements.
The Last of Us Part I launches on PC (via Steam) on March 28. The celebrated remake will be made available in standard format, or a Digital Deluxe Edition which includes early weapon unlocks and additional weapon skins. The Last of Us Part I is available now on PS5.