The Last Of Us System Requirements For PC

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The Last Of Us
The Last Of Us

The Last Of Us on PC is a fascinating video game launched for the PS3, PS4 and PS Now emulator. This brief review from Rulecracker.com will give you some interesting information about this game and will tell you how to play this game on PC.


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The Last Of Us is a fascinating video game developed by Naughty Dog and published by SIE on June 14th, 2016. This game is an adventure of two protagonists Joel and Ellie throughout post-apocalyptic America. The game was launched for PS3 in June 2013 and PS4 in July a year later. However, gamers can still play The Last Of Us on PC thanks to PS Now Emulator developed by SIE. And today, Gurugamer.com will show you how to play The Last Of Us PC.

Minimum The Last Of Us System Requirements:

  • Windows: XP (SP3) / Vista (SP2) / 7 (SP1).
  • CPU: Intel Core i3 or i5 dual core processor or better.
  • RAM: 2 GB.
  • Hard Disc Space: 14 GB.
  • Direct X: 9.0c.
  • Graphics Card: 512 MB RAM, Nvidia 7-series, AMD 3000-series.

These are minimum requirements for successful The Last Of Us PC download. With a mid-range PC with those features, you can experience this exciting adventure with Joel and Ellie. However, if you want to play this game with a better experience, you should upgrade your PC to the recommended requirements for The Last Of Us on PC below.

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Recommended The Last Of Us System Requirements:

  • Windows: 7 (64-bit).
  • CPU: Quad core Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, or AMD FX 8000 series chip.
  • RAM: 4 GB.
  • Hard Disc Space: 14 GB.
  • Direct X: 10 or better.
  • Graphics Card: 1GB Video RAM, Nvidia 500 / Nvidia 600/ AMD 6000 series.

If you have a PC with those recommended system requirements, so you can download The Last Of Us PC highly compressed. Since not until May 29th, 2020 will the sequel of this game come to gamers on PS4, The Last Of Us 2 system requirements will be updated by Rulecracker.com soon.