The Last of Us Part I

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Experience the emotional storytelling and unforgettable characters in The Last of Us™, winner of over 200 Game of the Year awards. In a ravaged civilization, where infected and hardened survivors run rampant, Joel, a weary protagonist, is hired to smuggle 14-year-old Ellie out of a military quarantine zone. However, what starts as a small job soon transforms into a brutal cross-country journey. Includes the complete The Last of Us single-player story and celebrated prequel chapter, L...
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Experience the emotional storytelling and unforgettable characters in The Last of Us, winner of over 200 Game of the Year awards.

In a ravaged civilization, where infected and hardened survivors run rampant, Joel, a weary protagonist, is hired to smuggle 14-year-old Ellie out of a military quarantine zone. However, what starts as a small job soon transforms into a brutal cross-country journey.

Includes the complete The Last of Us single-player story and celebrated prequel chapter, Left Behind, which explores the events that changed the lives of Ellie and her best friend Riley forever.

Built for PC

The Last of Us Part I PC release brings with it plenty of PC features to bring Joel and Ellie’s tense and unforgettable journey to life. This version of The Last of Us Part I is optimized for PC with PC-centric quality-of-life enhancements. Part I will feature AMD FSR 2.2 support*, Nvidia DLSS Super Resolution support*, VSync and frame rate cap options, and a host of features designed specifically for PC, including adjustable Texture Quality, Shadows, Reflections, Ambient Occlusion, and more.

Through the experiences of Joel and Ellie, PC players can fully immerse themselves in beautiful yet haunting environments in stunning detail with true 4K resolutions**. From the harsh, oppressive streets of the Boston QZ to the overgrown and abandoned homes of Bill’s Town to so much more, embark on a beautiful journey across the United States of America with Ultra-Wide Monitor Support for both 21:9 Ultrawide and 32:9 Super Ultrawide aspect ratios.

Experience all these locations, stealthily sneaking through abandoned homes and cities (and picking their drawers and cabinets clean looking for supplies) or engage in tense, captivating action with 3D audio support to better hear the rustle of leaves, the crack of glass, or the footfalls of enemies trying to ambush you***.

AMD Fidelity FX Super Resolution 2

Supercharge your framerates and fight for survival as Joel and Ellie with next-level temporal upscaling technology from AMD. FSR 2 uses cutting-edge algorithms to boost your framerates and deliver high-quality, high-resolution game experiences in The Last of Us Part I across a wide range of compatible graphics cards.

Peripheral Support

The Last of Us Part I on PC features DualSense support through a wired connection so players can feel the impact of battle, the rumble of a tank rolling by, and so much more through haptic feedback and dynamic triggers. With support for the DualShock 4 controller, a wide range of other gamepads, and keyboard and mouse, players can adjust their playstyle to suit their preferences. The PC release includes a number of new control customization options including full control remapping, primary and secondary bindings for keyboard and mouse control, an adaptive mode that allows players to combine keyboard and controller inputs, and more. Part I’s PC launch will also include The Last of Us Part I’s suite of accessibility features so that players can adjust the experience to suit their needs and preferences.

* Compatible PC and graphics card required for enhanced graphics.
** Compatible PC, graphics card, and 4K display device required.
*** 3D Audio requires stereo headphones or compatible speakers.



  • OS: Windows 10 (Version 1909 or Newer)
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1500X, Intel Core i7-4770K
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 470 (4 GB), AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT (4 GB), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (4 GB), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (4 GB)
  • Storage: 100 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Recommended

The Last of Us franchise

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Release date: 2026
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The Last Of Us Part II
Release date: 2024

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The game is still one of the best story games that exist so far, but this remastered version is not made for any pc that is in terms of performance as weak/strong as a PS4 and the optimization of the graphics isnt made good in any way, so you need a high performance PC to play this game on smooth 60 fps.
  • amazing story
  • realistic details, features,physics
  • very bad optimized
  • bugs that still arent fixed
This game is one of the worst PC ports ever. Not that stable high FPS would be a problem when you lower the settings from ultra but it runs so poorly, cutscenes audio is sometimes not even synced with the video or subtitles .... Mathematically more complex textures such as hair, beard, etc. are laggy as hell, even in pre rendered cutscenes, this game seriously damaged my brain, its such a masterpiece on the PS, TLoU 2 on PS5 was 4k60FPS HDR stable 24/7 masterpiece and they promised to bring this to PC using unreal engine 5 and the trailers looked great but this is terrible, unfortunately you cannot request a refund thru a retailer it seems so my only option is to wait if some patches would come. But it would be still broken i guess, the patches are gonna be like GTA trilogy imho, there is way too many things to be fixed, its still gonna be unplayable.
  • honestly none
  • maybe that settings tell you what hw is gonna be utilized for every setting
  • optimalisation for PC
  • bugs
  • performance issues
Roblox is more optimized than this game, just wait a month or so before purchasing for actual patches rather hotfixes which temporarily resolve issues. The game should lower in price as well in the coming future patches (copium)
  • The Last VRAM Of Us
The game is pretty interesting, it has that story line , and the graphics are really beautiful, but its way to poor optimized... game crashes non stop...

MY PC specs

amd ryzen 5 5500

ram 16gb

RX 580 8gb
  • Graphics
  • Storyline
  • Game mechanics
  • Not optimized
  • Constant instability
  • Performance
I know that the story is good and the game is good. The launch in pc though is the worst optimized game that I have ever played. Poor performance and render makes it a PS3 era game with no graphical beauty to offer at all. I was hyped as hell and I jumped into it as soon as I came back at home but it was a disappointment. I don't know if it will get better, most probably yes, but at the current state, 1 day after the launch it is not recommended.
  • Story (we knew that already)
  • Performance
  • Graphics
  • Optimization
The game is really good on its own, however, if a PC with really great specs (Ryzen 9 3900X, RTX 3060, 32GB Ram @3666Mhz) can barely run it at 45 fps at med-hight settings then I would not recommend it
  • Good Story
  • Horrible Performance
  • Long Loading times
  • Horrible PC Port
Want a refund cant even launch it, its so sad because its a really good game , i played it once on PS4 and now want to play it on my computer but cant i dont reccommend it PLS REFUNDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
GAME OF THE YEAR. love everything about the game. joel is a beast. The game’s atmospheric world design adds another layer to its brilliance. The post-pandemic landscapes are hauntingly beautiful, creating an immersive environment that enhances the sense of desolation and survival. The attention to detail is evident in every dilapidated building, overgrown street, and the haunting soundtrack that accompanies the players on their journey.

Gameplay in “The Last of Us” is a delicate dance between tension and release. Combat is visceral and strategic, demanding resourcefulness and adaptability. The stealth mechanics add a layer of realism, making every encounter a calculated risk. Yet, it is the moments of quiet exploration, scavenging for supplies, and bonding with Ellie that provide a welcome respite, enriching the overall gaming experience.
  • character development is good
  • graphics is good
  • good story
  • fps drops
  • loading screen takes a while
  • inconsistent frames
The game is perfect, from the first part to the second part of the game, including the series which is masterfully made. The characters are brilliantly done with a good story and events that accompany them throughout the entire series.
"The Last of Us Part 1" is a masterpiece that seamlessly blends gripping storytelling, emotionally charged characters, and intense gameplay to deliver an unforgettable gaming experience. Developed by Naughty Dog, this action-adventure game stands as a shining example of narrative-driven gaming at its finest.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by a fungal infection, the game follows Joel, a hardened survivor, and Ellie, a young girl with a mysterious immunity to the infection, as they embark on a perilous journey across the United States. The character development is exceptional, with Joel's complex past and Ellie's resilience creating a strong emotional connection for players. The bond that forms between them is the beating heart of the game, driving players forward through the harrowing landscapes and morally ambiguous choices.

The game's attention to detail is evident in its stunning visuals and atmospheric design. The dilapidated cities and overgrown landscapes create a hauntingly beautiful backdrop for the unfolding narrative. The soundtrack, composed by Gustavo Santaolalla, complements the somber tone perfectly, enhancing the emotional impact of key moments.

The Last of Us Part 1 sets a high bar for cinematic storytelling in video games, with a narrative that is both mature and thought-provoking. Its compelling characters, coupled with intense and strategic gameplay, make it a must-play title for anyone seeking a deeply immersive and emotionally resonant gaming experience. Even years after its release, The Last of Us Part 1 continues to be celebrated as a landmark achievement in the gaming industry.
  • Graphics
  • Story
My PC:

RTX 3060


32GB DDR4 RAM 3200mhz

Best game ever played, no bugs and I was able to run the game with max graphics and without stuttering. I don't know what people are talking about when they talk about bad optimization.

Bought the Part II as soon as I finished this game because I got addicted.
  • amazing experience
  • amazing graphics
  • best pc game
  • you will have to buy a playstation as you will feel the need to play part 2
  • you get addicted
I love the story , great pc port. Good graphics, I’ve for now seen no bugs, I’ve just played over 10 hours. Story length is okay. I’d say I can recommend the game if your looking for a good story based game.
I don't know why so many people complain about bugs, etc. I have played the game since launch and never had any bugs or performance issues. I like the story very much and it was a great experience to play it again with better graphics than on the PS4
  • Amazing Story
  • Great Graphics
10/10 Game

100% Recommend to Buy !

Would recommend playing the game at its current state. Amazing story, characters, characters development and gameplay. The difference in optimization is massive, I have played since launch, since day 1 and the game used to be awfully optimized, stutters, low frame rates, crashes, etc. Now its a playable game and you dont need the most high-end computer to enjoy it. Its great they finally ported the remake to PC and I hope they port the part 2 soon.
I was 14 when this game came out on ps3 and I was immediately drawn to it, till this day It's still one of my favorite games ever and it holds a special place in my heart. Can't wait for TLOU 2 on PC.
  • zombies
  • gunplay
  • graphics

Recent reviews

Works perfectly
  • Works
  • Bit laggy but not a problem for me
One of the best games I have ever played and it has one of the best stories and phenomenal graphics, it has also very good gameplay and the characters are also great, I would recommend this game to everyone but it´s a little bit expensive and I would consider everyone to wait until it drops like under 30 dollars.
  • Graphics
  • Story
  • Gameplay
  • A little bit short arround 15 hours
  • Expensive
Think about a work of art, and put it in a game, you'll find TLoU there. This game is definitely one of the greatest of all time. Literally all about this game is fabolous, characters development, world building, gameplay mechanics, graphic. Can't wait for part 2.
  • Everything
  • Nothing
Great game, I enjoyed the story. Nice adventure. I have to say that I had fun and I could have played it for a long time, but the story had to end at some point. I can highly recommend it. And here at Instant gaming at a great price !
  • Story
  • Adventure
  • One day it had to end
Played this game for the first time on PC over the past week. I had previously played part 2 on PS4. I got a relatively steady 100 fps at 4k and never had a single bug, crash or issue. I loved the game, however if truth be told I think part 2 is a better game. It was worth playing the game, but don’t think I’d want to replay again. I believe part 2 is coming to PC near end of 2024, so looking forward to that.
  • Amazing game play and graphics at 4k
  • None
Code came in instantly after a simple verification to prove you of course did not use a stolen credit card (As buying a code for a game on a stolen card would be pretty simple to do)

Very good service.
  • Fast
  • ID / driving license / etc verification
Story is one of the greatest. You start playing and you simply can't avoid the immersion of being inside of th story and feeling the relationships of the characters and what they're going through.

This is a PC port from Playstation and those who are playing, are being beta testers. It's playable and you can enjoy, though I would wait a few more months and check for reviews about it to be sure it's already polished.

Don't be fooled, I only recommend this with a mid tier+ setup, and you need to give time for the devs to continue to optimize this game. Clearly the newer cpu's, such as intel, with E-Cores, are clearly a stone in the shoe. Take that in mind.
  • Story rich
  • One of the greatest games of all time
  • New patches are a good indicator that will be optimized to be a great experience
  • PC port that released with alot of serious problems
  • People are mad about the PC port
  • can't pet a cat
It works well on higher-end PCs but not so much on low to mid-end. You can still adjust the settings according to your specs. Other than that, it is a great game and I got it for a good price. I'd recommend buying games on this website as it cheaper than most other ones.
  • Beautiful graphics
  • Amazing story
  • Fun gameplay
  • Demanding PC requirements
  • Does not include multiplayer
Beatiful story,

must be updated too many crashes for no reason,

is not an open world but cpu and fisic ram are stressed at maximum

for play as well must have 12gb VRAM only this game i cant play with 4k with no details with my nvidia 2070 super
  • super narrative game
  • super graphic
  • good developmente of the game play
  • 2M crashes for no reason
  • 2070 super is not eough to see the rtx
  • bug nug crash for now is not ready to be played as well
I have wait for very long time to play this game.

Gameplay was very good, everything run pretty smooth except few glitches ( only like 4 times game crushed during whole story), even that is fixed now I guess.

What I didn't like was that I couldn't play on controller, response was very weird like slow motion and creating shaders after each update.

How ever I had great time playing Last of us part I.

  • gameplay
  • graphics
  • story
  • some glitches
  • couldn't use controller
  • price
Excellent graphics but original release was ridiculously buggy. Had game crash back to Windows 2-3 times for each hour of play.

Decent spec pc (i9 10940X, 64GB RAM, RTX3090, Intel Optane 900P NVMe, latest drivers) but the system still struggled at times. The first full patch (1.0.2) seems to have fixed crashing on my system.
  • Graphics
  • Game mechanics
  • Storyline
  • Not optimized
  • Constant instability
  • Performance
I have survived 10 years spoiler-free of The Last of Us.

It was the number 1 game I wanted to play but I never could because I didn't own a PlayStation.

What a wonderful story, graphics, and gameplay.

I didn't meet many issues as I can see with most people. Recommended!

it runs so bad on PC, I experienced a LOT of crashes and performance issues

I have a high end PC and still had problems on my 3090 and Ryzen 9 5900x

There are visual bugs, crashes, PC freezing and needing a restart etc

I do not recommend, play it on PS5 if u can
I had managed to avoid spoilers for this game and hadn’t watched the series before finishing the game. So I didn’t know too much going into this game other than there was a fungal apocalypse and that it would be a great story. And truly, This is one of the best games I have ever played. The story, the cinematography, the music, and the characters are just well thought out and executed. Many people have reviewed bombing this game since its initial release and sure the shader compilation is the longest I have ever experienced (it took 25-30 minutes for me).

However, once they were compiled I didn’t have any particle issues and the game was rather smooth on high 1440p. I experienced one crash and two minor bugs throughout my entire playthrough. And the crash happened before the first patch that was launched shortly after the release. It also seemed like most of the crashes were associated with starting the game before the shaders were completely compiled, which is not recommended. The bugs didn’t really affect my experience either I just had to restart the scene. At one time I got back to the spot I should have been if the game didn’t bug and the other time I had to play for 30 seconds to get back where I was before the game bugged.

This game was a really good experience and I quickly got invested in the story. I would give the game itself a 10 out of 10. But I think that the implementation of the game to PC could have been better and the initial launch takes too long. And it seemed like the one-day 30 mb patch could have saved Naughty Dog a lot of struggle regarding how bad it runs. However, I hope that this release doesn’t deter them from continuing with this franchise because I would really appreciate a part two for PC.
Don't buy this game. Its a bad console port. Crashes all the time. Game looks good, even though you have to run it on really low settings, but that does not help. It crashes all the time. This game is to be bought when on sale.
  • Story
  • Unstable
  • Crashes
  • Bad performance

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