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The Last of Us Part I was developed for PC rather than PlayStation

The Last of Us Part I was developed for PC rather than PlayStation
The Last of Us Part I was developed for PC rather than PlayStation
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The Last of Us Part I, where the intensity is given to the visuals and causing the “This is not a remake, but a remastered” debate among the fans, is actually a game developed far from these discussions. Naughty Dog and Sony are not considering selling this remake to console players for the third time as their main focus by releasing this remake. A game first developed by one of Sony’s first-party studios is not highlighted as “Exclusive game”, you realize? This shows that the remake version of TLOU Part I, which supports the company’s recent strategy, also gives the focus to PC players in its target audience.

The Last of Us Part I: One step to dive into the PC ocean

As you know, Sony has brought games such as Days Gone, Horizon Zero Dawn, and God of War to the PC platform in recent years.it was well rewarded. Sony’s goals include making one-third of PlayStation games available on PC by 2025. If we make the assumption that this is the case – as the remakes of old PlayStation games come out – we can say that the target audience is clearly not console gamers.

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The Last of Us Part I was developed for PC rather than PlayStation

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While the sale of the game at full price was met with reactions on the console side, PC players rolled up their sleeves and are preparing to play The Last of Us on PC for the first time. When we handle the situation like this, we can see that the game clearly reveals its goal, leaving aside the reactions on the console side.

In the coming period, we will see new steps by Sony to reach the PC audience more. Because console manufacturers have finally realized the value of the PC platform. We can say that the era of special games is over. Of course, console manufacturers will need games that will make them special in order to sell their consoles. For this reason, the special games we will see in the coming periods will probably stay like that for a few years, and then they will come to the PC platform sooner or later. Because rising game development costs have forced companies to do just that.

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