The Last Of Us Part II Remastered: PC Announcement Coming Soon?

The rumor worked last time when it came to a PC adaptation of another Sony game…


What’s more, it comes from the same person as last time. Silknigth was the one who recently said that Sony would be announcing a PC version of Ghost of Tsushima in the near future, and lo and behold, the Sucker Punch game is indeed coming to Steam and the Epic Games Store. Now, the insider with possible Sony connections is reporting that The Last of Us Part II Remastered will also be coming to Valve and Epic Games’ platforms soon.

Silknigth claims that while the announcement will be made by Sony sometime in April, the release will have to wait longer than expected. (If we had to guess why: the PC port of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is also coming soon, and Sony doesn’t want to overwhelm its audience with a lot of ports in a short period of time). Still, we can reasonably expect a release sometime in 2024.

The Last of Us Part II Remastered was released for PlayStation 5 two months ago. The original game was released for PlayStation 4 in 2020, and compared to the original, the updated version has improved graphics, 4K resolution support in fidelity graphics mode, improved loading times, and all the features of the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller. This version has also been expanded in terms of content, with Lost Levels featuring three maps that were not included in the final game, but were planned by Naughty Dog during development.

We can only hope that The Last of Us Part II Remastered won’t be as much of a failure on PC as The Last of Us Part I was when its port was released. So don’t rush the port and test it properly. Everyone would be better off for it, right?

Source: WCCFTech


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