The Last of Us Part I for PC has been delayed to March 28th, developer Naughty Dog announced on Friday. The remake of the first The Last of Us game was originally set to launch on March 3rd, so the delay isn’t too long, but it still might be disappointing to fans who may have circled the original date on their calendars.
“We want to make sure that The Last of Us Part I PC debut is in the best shape possible,” Naughty Dog wrote in a tweet. “These additional few weeks will allow us to ensure this version of The Last of Us lives up to your, and our, standards.”
The remake, which adds things like improved graphics and faster load times, launched first on PS5 in September. We’re still waiting to hear about some of the PC-specific upgrades, but if they’re anything like what Sony has added to other PC ports, there will probably be some great added features.
The Last of Us isn’t the only game to get a slight delay this week; EA’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was pushed from mid-March to April 28th. At least we have the next episode of HBO’s excellent adaptation of The Last of Us to look forward to on Sunday.