The launch of The Last of Us Part 1 on PC hasn’t been the smoothest, to say the least. The game is plagued with bugs, glitches, crashes etc. to the extent that it has received mostly negative reviews on Steam, only a few hours after launch.
Naughty Dog is already said to be aware of the reported issues occurring in the game and has promised to look into them. As a result of that, they released a small patch of 36MB, aimed to fix several performance and hitch-related issues.
Naughty Dog has now acknowledged that they’re also looking into the reported mouse and camera jitter issues in The Last of Us Part 1 PC. The developers also promised that more fixes were on the way so it’s possible that one of those fixes will include a fix for the jitter issues as well.
Following the release of the 126.96.36.199 patch for The Last of Us Part 1 on PC, the team wrote, “Additional improvements and investigations based on user feedback are underway”.
The ‘Known Issues’ post on Naughty Dog’s official website only mentioned a potential memory leak, booting issues, instability issues, and long shader loading times. But the post has now been seemingly updated with mentions of the studio investigating “mouse and camera jitter for some players, depending on hardware and display settings.”
It is more than likely that a new patch is on its way which will fix the mouse and camera jitter issues. “We are working on patches, will provide updates as they become available, and will continue to investigate other reported issues”, Naughty Dog wrote.
The Last of Us Part 1 is now available worldwide on PC and PlayStation 5, with the Remastered version available only on PlayStation 4.
About The Last of Us Part 1
The Last of Us is a 2013 action-adventure game developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The Remake of the title was developed for the PlayStation 5.
Players control Joel, tasked with caring for Ellie and delivering her to a group called The Fireflies. In a world overrun by the cordyceps fungus, which has infected humanity, Joel must fight off those who have become a host to the fungus and survivors looking to harm them.
The Last of Us received overwhelming praise from both players and critics alike. A remaster was released in 2014 for the PlayStation 4.