Sony confirms further PlayStation PC ports, despite The Last Of Us blunder
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Sony has confirmed further PlayStation PC ports, despite its blunder withThe Last of Us Part I.
PC ports haven't had the best time lately. Most recently, some have considered the PC port of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor so bad, that disgruntled fans have been review-bombing it like a Tie Bomber on cosmic catnip.
Then we have The Last of Us Part I, which is without a doubt one of PlayStation’s biggest darlings, and widely considered to be one of the best games of all time. So, its arrival on PC should have been a time of celebration. Sadly, that was far from what happened.
Take a look at the trailer for The Last of Us Part I on PC below.
To no surprise whatsoever, as is the culture of today, The Last of Us Part I was also review-bombed in a port that ended up being Naughty Dog’s worst-reviewed game ever. Just by doing a quick Google search, bugs featuring some kind of Yeti Joel and a very odd rain glitch are not difficult to find. This port was especially disappointing, considering how dear this series is held to the hearts of its fans.
As reported by GamesRadar+, Sony says that it will continue “rolling out catalogue titles for PC”. However, neither specific titles or a release schedule were detailed.
For the most part, PC has had solid ports for God of War (2018), Days Gone, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Marvel’s Spider-Man, and with the potential of Ghost of Tsushima, Bloodborne, and more, there should be plenty to look forward to.
We have little doubt that at some point The Last of Us Part II will also be ported. If so, hopefully, Naughty Dog will learn from its mistakes and will release the sequel when it's good and ready.