The Last of Us Part I v1.0.1.5 Patch Notes: Performance and Stability Enhancements Rolled Out for PC

Attention, The Last of Us Part I fans! The developers have released a new hotfix, version, aimed at boosting stability and performance on PC. This update is a targeted response to some of the issues that players have been encountering issues and includes additional smaller improvements to enhance the overall gaming experience.

The development team at Naughty Dog is actively monitoring player feedback and working tirelessly to prepare another patch that will feature a more comprehensive set of bug fixes. This forthcoming update is expected to be released soon, addressing various issues reported by the gaming community.

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Here’s a quick rundown of the patch notes for v1.0.1.5:

  1. Fixed several performance and hitch-related issues impacting some users. (Note: The team is still working on further improvements and investigations based on user feedback.)
  2. Added extra crash diagnostic information to assist in investigating shader building-related crashes and other commonly reported stability concerns.

For a complete list of known issues currently being tracked or investigated, please visit the game’s official Known Issues page. If you come across any of these issues while playing, the developers encourage you to contact support, as it will help them gather more data and insights to address the problems more effectively.

Stay tuned to TCG for more updates on The Last of Us Part I and its upcoming patches!

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