The highly-anticipated PC port of “The Last of Us Part I” has been delayed by three weeks, much to the disappointment of fans eagerly awaiting its release.

The game, which originally launched on PlayStation 4 in June 2013, was set to hit the PC platform on February 23rd, 2023. However, Naughty Dog, the developers behind the game, announced that the release date has been pushed back to March 19th, 2023. 

The delay is said to be due to “unexpected technical issues” that the team encountered while testing the PC port.  

Naughty Dog stated that they wanted to ensure that the PC version of the game is up to the standards they have set for themselves and that it meets the expectations of fans. 

Despite the delay, Naughty Dog assured fans that they are working hard to bring the best possible experience to PC players. 

The PC port of “The Last of Us Part I” will feature a number of enhancements, including higher resolution textures, improved graphics, and 60 frames per second support. 

The delay of three weeks is certainly a disappointment for fans, but Naughty Dog’s commitment to delivering a high-quality product is commendable. 

The wait will be worth it for players who will be able to enjoy one of the greatest games of all time in a new and improved form. 

“The Last of Us Part I” is one of the most acclaimed games of the past decade, with a strong following of dedicated fans.