There’s no list of The Last Of Us: Part I patch notes available yet, but if the studio does reveal them, we’ll share below.
Interestingly, this is probably a good time to talk about one issue that I’ve personally noticed with the game, and that’s screen tearing. My TV isn’t compatible with VRR or 120 FPS, and so turning these options off like I was advised didn’t do anything, as they were never a factor.
However, I discovered a ‘fix,’ if you can call it that; switching off HDR in the PS5 settings seems to have remedied the problem. This works for both Fidelity and Performance Mode. It’s just a shame that Naughty Dog hasn’t addressed the problem in this update.
The Last Of Us: Part I was released for PS5 on September 2, 2022, and a PC version is also in the pipeline. Read our full verdict here.