The Last of Us PC Mouse Jitter, TLOU Camera Movement Stutters

The Last of Us Part One camera movement stutters on the PC are just one of many issues currently troubling the TLOU P1 PC release. TLOU P1 mouse camera panning stutters on PC are, unfortunately, ruining the experience for many on the first day of release. If you suffer from mouse panning stuttering in TLOU P1 on PC, here’s what we know about it.

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The Last of Us PC Mouse Jitter, TLOU Camera Movement Stutters
TLOU P1 PC Camera Movement Stutters

The Last of Us Part 1 PC Camera Movement Stutters and Mouse Jitter

Let’s not beat around the bush here. Unfortunately, to the best of our knowledge, there’s currently no working solution for this issue. This is a bug which needs to be fixed on the developers’ side. And hopefully, they will release a hotfix before the end of the week to fix the problem. It seems that this is an issue which plagues many new Naughty Dog PC ports. Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection, which was released on January 28, 2022, has suffered from exactly the same issue. And ultimately, mouse camera panning stutters were fixed by the developers with a patch sometime after the release of the game. Apparently, the problem has to do with frame rate dependency for mouse camera sensitivity. This causes your mouse camera movement to act laggy and jittery.

Nonetheless, while we’re waiting for this to be fixed, there’s one proposed fix, which we can not confirm as a working solution. As proposed by Steam user Ultradad, turning off “raw mouse input” in the game’s setting might alleviate the problem. However, keep in mind that some players report that this can resolve it, while others claim that it has no effect. Anyhow, that’s the best option you currently have. It goes without saying, but we will make sure to update the article if we stumble upon other working solutions. If you know one, share it with us in the comments!

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