Although it's unclear which project will be ported to PC next.
On March 28, The Last of Us Part I was finally released on PC. To mark this occasion, the developers at Naughty Dog released a blog post where they shared insights into the process of creating the port and provided a glimpse into what the future holds for the studio's games.
The Last of Us remake initially launched on PlayStation 5, so the developers had to optimize the engine used for the game for computers. This involved making the engine more adaptable and configuring GPU usage. The team also implemented keyboard and mouse controls for specific gameplay segments, such as those that involve the main character stealthily passing by enemies.
Naughty Dog said they are proud of the updated version of the game, which, according to them, "breathes fresh life into the original story."
Additionally, the developers have made a commitment to release its titles on both PC and PlayStation, however, they have not provided any specific details.
"Rest assured, PlayStation and PC players, we’re already looking forward to sharing more, whether you prefer a DualSense controller or a keyboard and mouse," Naughty Dog wrote. "Sharing our stories and experiences on PS5 as well as PC is something that Naughty Dog has embraced and will continue to support moving forward."
As of now, it remains unclear which game from the studio will receive a port next.
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