The Last of Us Part 1 Known Issues and Fixes For PC
The Last of Us Part 1 appears to be suffering from several issues on PC and Naughty Dog has shared a list of the known issues that will be addressed.
The Last of Us series finally comes to PC hot off the massive success of The Last of Us HBO Show, however, this launch is not without its problems. There are multiple issues with the game right now on PC including unreasonably large PC system requirements and crashes. The game also suffers from stutters and there are reports of memory leaks.
If you are experiencing any of the known issues listed below, keep an eye open for future updates that are in the works to resolve them.
All Known Issues In The Last of Us Part 1 For PC
- Loading shaders takes longer than expected
- Performance and stability is degraded while shaders are loading in the background
- Older graphics drivers leads to instability and/or graphical problems
- Game may be unable to boot despite meeting the minimum system requirements
- A potential memory leak
These issues include longer-than-expected shader loading times, degraded performance and stability while shaders are loading in the background, instability and/or graphical problems with older graphics drivers, inability to boot the game despite meeting minimum system requirements, and a potential memory leak.
In a tweet from the official Naughty Dog Twitter account, the development team acknowledged the reported issues and stated that they are actively investigating them. The team also assured players that updates will be prioritized to address these issues in upcoming patches.
On Steam, the game has been reviewed with a mostly negative rating as most of the players are struggling to go through it with a smooth experience. There is an unusually high requirement for some of the graphics options so you might want to check out our best settings guide to get an optimized experience.