The Last of Us Part I

Iron Galaxy will be responsible for The Last of Us Part I Remake PC

Last week, Naughty Dog shared the official PC system requirements for The Last of Us Part I Remake. However, the team has updated them and revealed that the studio responsible for the PC port will be Iron Galaxy.

Below you can find the final PC system requirements for the game. As we can see, Naughty Dog replaced the AMD Radeon RX 5800XT with the RX 5700XT. Furthermore, the team replaced the RX7900 XT with the RX 7900XTX. At the bottom left corner, you can also see the logo for Iron Galaxy (which wasn’t present in the previous PC specs).

TLOU Part I Remake PC specs-final

Now I’ll be honest here. I’m really worried about the quality of the PC version of The Last of Us Part I Remake. After all, a lot of people believed that Naughty Dog would be the one porting it. Instead, and similar to the UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Naughty Dog has outsourced it to Iron Galaxy.

Iron Galaxy has dropped the ball numerous times when it comes to its PC ports. I mean, who can forget Batman: Arkham Knight, right? Moreover, UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection had major mouse control issues when it came out. Hilariously, a post-launch patch also introduced some awful camera stutters.

We’ll definitely test and benchmarkThe Last of Us Part I Remake when it comes out on PC on March 28th. So stay tuned for more!

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