The Last of Us: A cult classic from the 1980s has received a single remaster and one remake (for which they added the subtitle Part I) on PS4 and PS5. The moment has come to the "people's" platform, although the launch was, to put it mildly, not entirely smooth.
The game had 2307 reviews, of which as many as 67 percent were negative — so let's assume that the start had been a total failure.
The public has filed complaints en masse about poor optimization as well as a host of other technical issues, such as bugs and crashes. Part I of Fully The Last of Us does not work on PC systems that far exceed its performance expectations.
The Last of Us Part I was released in excellent technical condition, but with the PC version, everything went wrong quite a while ago, and the release date was also shifted by a month – the release was initially planned for the beginning of March, rather than the end of it.