We got an update from developer, Naughty Dog on the release of The Last of Us Part I‘s PC port and looks like it has been delayed from its original March 3rd release date but thankfully is still slated for March as the remake will now launch three and half weeks later on March 28th, according to a statement released on Twitter. The delay news follows the news from earlier this week with EA delaying Star Wars Jedi: Survivor by six weeks from the middle of March to late April.
“We want to make sure that The Last of Us Part I PC debut is in the best shape possible. These additional few weeks will allow us to ensure this version of The Last of Us lives up to your, and our, standards,” The Last of Us developer, Naught Dog said in a statement on Twitter.
“The Last of Us Part 1 was always going to be a divisive title… even now nearly a decade later, returning to this is a heavy experience. The performances are given a new life thanks to a decade of techniques given the chance to be refined — but a knife can only be sharpened so far before all you are doing is wearing it away. I’ve played The Last of Us a dozen times at this point and I’ve seen everything I’ve needed to see,” Bobby said in our PS5 review of the remake.
The Last of Us Part I is currently available to play on PS5 consoles and like previously stated the PC port is set to launch on March 28th.