Unlike Steam users, those on the Epic Games Store will not have the option to pre-load the game and will have to wait until its release to initiate the download.
The Last of Us Part I is now available for pre-loading on PC via Steam. The file size of the game is approximately 75 GB (though the system requirements suggest 100 GB).
Unfortunately, users on the Epic Games Store won't have the same option; they'll have to wait until the game is released to begin downloading the data. This isn't the first time that Sony ports for PC on Epic's storefront have lacked the preloading feature.
The PC version of The Last of Us: Part I is set to be released on March 28, following its release on PS5.
Earlier, Naughty Dog teased several exciting features for the PC version, such as accessibility options, new modes, and support for AMD FSR 2 and NVIDIA DLSS Super Resolution. Fans of the game can look forward to enhanced graphics and smoother gameplay on their computers.
Moreover, the developers have released updated system requirements, which address a few technical issues present in the original version.
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