The Last Of Us Part 1, developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, has been heavily criticised since its launch on PC a week ago. The game has been plagued by bugs, crashes and performance issues, leaving many gamers frustrated. However, Naughty Dog have released a new patch, 184.108.40.206, to address some of these issues.
The patch seeks to improve the game’s performance and fix a number of gameplay and UI issues, including animation, texture and lighting bugs. It also tries to address some of the crashes that have been reported, as well as improve texture streaming to reduce CPU usage. These changes are a welcome relief for those who have been struggling with the game, but it is still rated as “unsupported” by Valve’s Steam Deck verification process.
Naughty Dog and porting company Iron Galaxy are continuing to investigate player reports and are working on future improvements and patches, including a mouse jitters fix. This is great news for those who were hoping to enjoy The Last Of Us Part 1 on PC, and we can only hope that future updates will help to make the game more playable and enjoyable.