The Last of Us Part II Remastered Review

The Last of Us Part 2 PC Port Has Reportedly Been Ready For Months

Sony is reportedly holding back on releasing the “already-completed” PC port for The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered. According to the reliable leaker, Billbil-kun over on Dealabs, the development and production related to the port has already been wrapped up.

The leak claims that development on the port was already completed in late 2023 – November to be exact. However, Sony is holding back on the launch to avoid a repeat of The Last of Us Part I.

If you recall, The Last of Us Part I was launched back in 2023 for PC to some rather nasty user feedback. The game suffered from game-breaking bugs and performance issues, so much so that many were unable to play the game until a few weeks after launch. This reception greatly affected sales of the game on Steam.

In addition to that, Sony is also facing some controversial issues surrounding its mandatory PlayStation Network Account implementation on PC. The company has forced gamers to sign up for a PSN account in order to play certain PS5 ports. This included Helldivers 2 for a while before the PC community revolted and Sony cancelled the account rollout system.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is another game that requires a PSN account in order to play the online Legends mode.

Sony has likely spent the past few months brushing up the PC port of The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered in order to avoid the same fate while at the same time, wanting the PSN fiasco to simmer down a bit too.

The company could also be holding back for the upcoming Season 2 of the live-action HBO show. The Last of Us Season 2 kicked off production earlier this year and is expected to launch in 2025. However, the season has been confirmed to be a bit shorter than the first season of the show.

Given that the show’s second season will focus on the story of the second game, it would make sense to ride the excitement with the game launch.

The PS5 port launched back in January this year and was praised for its storytelling and excellent new roguelike mode. You can read my review here. As for the PC port, we don’t know when it is expected to launch. The leak

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