In less than ten days, Naughty Dog released four patches for the PC version of The Last of Us. The latest patch will address many major issues, and it seems the game might finally become bug-free.
The Last of Us ' PC adaptation is one of Sony 's worst efforts to date. The PlayStation version of Naughty Dog 's post-apocalyptic adventure was technically flawless, as everyone who played it can attest. Unfortunately, the PC version of the game had so many issues when it was first released that it has received four patches in less than a month.
Although things seem to be returning to normal a little bit, as The Last of Us' PC version's many problems will ultimately be resolved with update 184.108.40.206.
Some major issues that hurt the game's realism were fixed, like the fact that the horse's movement animations weren't loaded and the circumstance where the controller's analog sticks didn't synch with characters' movements. Loading times have been reduced, and certain game crashes have been removed, indicating that Naughty Dog is on the right track.
The "wet skin" issue in the cutscenes was a problem that many people thought was kind of charming. We won't need to worry about our heroes anymore thanks to the latest patch because Naughty Dog has finally "dried" them.
The Last of Us was first released for the PlayStation 3 before being remade for the PlayStation 4 . A remake of the original game was created following the launch of the PlayStation 5 console under the new name "The Last of Us Part I," and less than a year after the launch of the remake, the PC version of the game was released. Although we had anticipated that the PC version would be the most polished, it turned out to be the exact opposite.