If you are eagerly anticipating playing The Last of Us Part I on PC, you'll have to wait a little longer, as its release has just been slightly delayed.
The game was originally supposed to launch on the new platform on March 3, but we'll have to wait a little longer, as it'll now release on March 28. Luckily, it's not a large delay. Since it's less than four weeks, the wait won't be too long.
The announcement shared on social media, explains that the developers want to make sure that the series debuts on PC in the best way possible, and the additional time will allow it to live up to the standard expected by both players and the developers themselves.
When the game launches, it'll be available both on Steam and on the Epic Games Store, where it can already be pre-purchased if you're so inclined.
The ultra-popular post-apocalyptic adventure game was originally released by Naughty Dog in 2013 for PS3 and then remastered for PS4 only a year after. The remake titled The Last of Us Part I was then released for PS5 last year.
A sequel, titled The Last of Us Part II was released to critical acclaim for PS4 in 2020, while Naughty Dog is currently working on a multiplayer title set in the franchise's world about which we know very little, but is said to be one of the developer's most ambitious projects and more news have been promised for later this year.
A TV show has recently debuted on HBO and HBO Max, and it has been met with widespread praise from critics and fans. It has been renewed for season 2 after just two episodes were aired, which is definitely a testament to its success and to how loved the franchise is by its fans.