The Last of Us Part 1 PC Crashing & Freezing

If The Last of Us Part 1 PC constantly crashes, you should know that your situation is far from being an isolated case. After a decade of waiting, the narrative masterpiece that is The Last of Us is finally available on the PC via Steam and Epic Games Store in its remade, modern version. Asides from improvements, unfortunately, the new version also comes with some issues. Read on to learn what we know about The Last of Us Part 1 freezing and crashing issues.

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The Last of Us Part 1 PC Crashing & Freezing

How to Fix The Last of Us Part 1 Crashing & Freezing on PC?

Let’s not beat around the bush here. At the moment, there are no working solutions for The Last of Us Part 1 PC crashing and freezing issues. The game has just launched on the PC, and many players on forums and Reddit are already reporting issues with crashing.

“The Game is crashing for me without any warning in a couple of minutes after starting it, no matter the settings,” says Steam user Biohazard. Another user, that goes by the name NitekPL, added: “Same here. great launch 😀 Think it gonna be botched like cyberbug 2077?” And they are far from being the only ones with this issue.

Based on the first wave of player reports, there doesn’t seem to be any specific piece of hardware causing The Last of Us PC crashing issue. Players are reporting crashing with various hardware specifications. Most players report that the game doesn’t even start or it crashes shortly after the launch while they are on the main menu. For now, there doesn’t seem to be a fix for the problem. What we recommend is to check out our The Last of Us PC performance issues guide and try some of the methods from there. Nevertheless, we will follow the situation closely and update the article as soon as we have some solution. If you know of a working solution, share it with us in the comments section!

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