The PC version of The Last of Us Part I
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The PC version of The Last of Us Part I received a patch with fixes for RTX Series 30, and Steam Deck took a backseat

Owned by Sony Interactive Entertainment, American studio Naughty Dog reported about the release of a new patch for the PC version of the action-adventure The Last of Us Part I and commented Game compatibility with Steam Deck.

    Image Source: Steam (ten)

Image Source: Steam (ten)

Patch 1.0.1.7 contains Bug fixes with the user interface and unwanted behavior of characters, crashes when starting the game, when switching between full screen and windowed mode with Alt + Enter and when switching to the credits.

Also, 1.0.1.7 fixes random crashes when playing on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. Naughty Dog recommends downloading it Patch 531.58 for the March Game Ready driver 531.41.

The update should also fix camera shake when using a mouse, but this is an improvement had to postpone. Major patch for the game will come out Next Friday, April 7th

    Image Credit: Rock Paper Shotgun

Image Credit: Rock Paper Shotgun

As for the Steam deck, compatibility with Valve’s portable PC for The Last of Us Part I has been promised again DecemberUpon release, however, it turned out that the game has status “Not Supported” and that doesn’t seem to be changing any time soon.

According to Naughty Dog, the team’s current priority is to improve the PC version with full Steam Deck compatibility moved away Background: The studio has, however, about the optimization and stability of this version functions.

The Last of Us Part I debuted on PS5 in September 2022 and was released on PC (Steam, EGS) on March 28, 2023. The port proved extremely problematic – critics only gave it a 54 out of 100% rating.

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