“The Last of Us Part I” released PC version RTX 4080 / RX 7900XT hardware requirements for smooth 4K picture “The Last of Us Part I”

“The Last of Us” is a remake of the action-adventure game “The Last of Us” released on PS3 in June 2013. It includes this article’s single-player story mode and the subsequent DLC prequel episode “Leave Your Mind Behind “, rebuilt the gaming experience for PS5 and PC platforms, with better controls, wider accessibility options, and better exploration and more immersive combat.

After allowing players to pre-order the PC version of “The Last of Us Part One” in February, the official released the hardware requirements of the PC version today (10), including required, recommended, high and extreme performance. As can be seen from the chart below, if players want to play games with extreme image quality while maintaining a 4K / 60fps game screen, the official needs at least an AMD Radeon RX 7900XT or Nvidia Geforce RTX 4080 graphics card with Random Access Memory 32GB (RAM) and other configurations; regardless of the type of configuration, at least 100GB of SSD storage space is required.

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In addition, it was officially announced that the PC version of “The Last of Us” will support 21:9 or 32:9 ultra-wide ratio, AMD FSR 2.2 technology and Nvidia DLSS. Players can also use a wired connection with the DualSense The unique tactile feedback and adaptive trigger function allows players to feel the impact of battles, the roar of passing tanks, etc. In addition to the above content, the team also made corresponding adjustments according to the PC platform, including allowing players to customize the keyboard and mouse control buttons.

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