Image source: The Last of Us: Part I / Steam.
to respond to A question Twitter user, Neil Druckmann – Creative Director The Last of Us series – confirmedwhich PC version The Last of Us: Part One It will be fully compatible with Steam Deck. It is noteworthy that there is no information about this in the production card on the Valve platform. It will almost certainly be posted there closer to the game’s release date, which is scheduled for March 3, 2023.
At The Game Awards 2022 We met Finally the release date The Last of Us: Part One for the computer. studio work obedient dog will draw on bash March 3, 2023. Production cards have already appeared at their price on Steam and the Epic Games Store.
This was even more surprising because everything seemed to point to the main target Sony It is a remake version of the first The last of us on PC, and the PlayStation version, by the way, appeared. Not to mention the fact that Sony in this way – at least in theory – goes deeper into the pockets of its regular customers than potential new ones.
For comparison – Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves Collectionwhich was released for PS5 (January 28, 2022) and PC (October 19, 2022), costs 219 PLN on both platforms.
If you want to pre-order for PC The Last of Us: Part OneYou can do so on Steam or on the Epic Games Store by clicking on the appropriate button below. And if you want to save even more, you can take advantage of the British store offer Greenman Games (official distribution), and in it With the code “DEC15” you will order this game for PLN 220.15 (Limited time offer).
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