According to the latest rumors from CrazyLeaksOnATrain, The Last of Us 2 will arrive on PC later this year. The PC version, moreover, will also support the latest technologies available on the platform, such as Nvidia’s DLSS and “the other things contained in the latest ports”.
As always, the necessary premise: these are rumors that come from anonymous users of the network who for one reason or another have jumped to the headlines. Take them for what they are: that is, suggestions to be able to discuss (civilly) and dream a little. In fact, CrazyLeaksOnATrain has said many things in the past, some of which have yet to be verified. His latest rumor, however, is based on a fact: recently PlayStation Studios have begun to upload content not yet announced on PC to Steam.
According to the insider, one of them could be The Last Of Us: Part 2. But CrazyLeaksOnATrain has gone further. The game will arrive later this year on PC and will use Nvidia’s DLSS technology thanks to which it can run with superior performance on RTX cards. In addition, The Last of Us: Part II will also have other news show in recent ports, such as Days Gone.
It would certainly be a bombshell for all Personal Computer owners, who could see not only one of the most loved games of recent years arrive on their platform, but also one of the most complex and articulated programs ever developed, which could make the most of. the greatest computing power made available by PCs.
thats coming yea will utilize Nvidia dlss tech n various other bits one the later ports though
— CrazyLeaksOnATrain (@CrazyLeaksTrain) May 19, 2021