Last week, Naughty Dog and Sony revealed the PC specifications for its upcoming The Last of US PC port, and these specs have now been updated. In addition, these updated PC spec sheet reveals that the port is being handled by Iron Galaxy.
As said, the minimum and recommended PC specs for this highly-anticipated PC port were officially revealed by Sony last week, but since then, these specs have changed and a new spec sheet has been uploaded with the updated specs. An interesting tidbit, however, is that the new spec sheet now includes the Iron Galaxy logo whereas the previous sheet didn't. We've included both the original spec sheet and the freshly updated one below. It should be noted last week's article now includes the updated sheet, but we managed to find the old one via a cached page.
In addition to including the logo of Iron Galaxy, there are also some minor changes to the recommended and Ultra GPU requirements: the AMD Radeon RX 5800XT requirement in the recommended settings has been replaced with the older Radeon RX 5700XT, and the Ultra RX7900 XT has been replaced with the RX 7900XTX.
Iron Galaxy was also responsible for last year's PC port of Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves Collection. Here's what we wrote about that PC port in our impressions article:
Naughty Dog worked alongside Iron Galaxy on this version of the game. While generally respected for their porting expertise, Iron Galaxy was also behind the dreadful Batman: Arkham Knight PC port that forced Warner Bros. Games to remove the game from Steam until it was fixed and to offer full refunds.
There's no need to worry, though, as Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is a solid, though not exceptional, port. Let's begin with the breadth of settings. We've seen far worse but also better - for instance, there is no full screen option, only borderless windowed, which is a disturbing trend with recent PC games. The game supports Ultrawide displays, though.
As confirmed before release, the collection features NVIDIA DLSS 2 and AMD FSR 2 support. Each upscaling technique can be tweaked not only through the quality setting but also with a sharpness slider, and that's something not all games enable on the user end. As an added bonus, NVIDIA users can enable the Highlights feature of GeForce Experience. The software will then smartly capture exciting action bits of footage at key moments.
The Last of Us PC launches worldwide later this month on March 28.
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