The Last of Us Part 1 for PC gets its first patch to fix those controversial bugs
Naughty Dog has released the first update to the highly criticized PC version of The Last of Us Part 1.
After a short delay, The Last of Us arrived on PC on Tuesday and received critical reviews. “mostly negative” on Steam, with a significant number of players complaining of performance issues and crashes.
The first update for the game was released on Wednesday. Naughty Dog said that it mainly focuses on stability and performance improvements, along with other smaller ones.
The patch notes say:
- Fixed various performance and hitch related issues that were affecting some users.
Note: Additional research and improvements are being made based on user feedback.
- Added additional troubleshooting information to help investigate crashes related to building shaders and other common reported stability issues.
Here is an example of the errors:
Joel has a new strategy
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This PC port of the game was handled by Naughty Dog and Iron Galaxy, who also teamed up to bring Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection to PC last year.