The Last of Us PC Glitch Turns Bill’s Home Into a Rave

A The Last of Us PC glitch shows Bill’s home turn into what looks like a colorful rave. The Naughty Dog title’s PC port has been receiving negative reviews from players who have been experiencing crashes and other issues upon its release.


Almost a decade after The Last of Us‘ initial release, Naughty Dog launched the PC port for it, which has special features and modes like Unlocked Framerate, Speedrun, and Permadeath. Many fans of the original game have been looking forward to replaying it on a different platform, while also giving avid viewers of the HBO series a chance to experience it for the first time. However, it seems like the PC port has been having a rocky start so far.

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Many The Last of Us players have reported several issues with the PC port, with the most common being unexpected crashes. But a player with the Reddit handle PhunkyPhish shared a graphical glitch that messed up the colors in Bill’s home, describing it as a “rave” because of the neon hues that showed up on screen. One could barely see Joel standing in the photo because of the distracting colors.

The comment section under PhunkyPhish’s post was filled with many disappointed gamers saying “how bad this port was.” One user said they were glad they didn’t preorder The Last of Us for the PC because of the bad reviews it’s been getting. Another asked if the game’s performance issues were the reason why the developer didn’t give out preview codes. As of writing, Naughty Dog addressed the issues via Twitter, assuring players that the team has been actively investigating the issues and will be coming up with fixes for them.

Meanwhile, developer Iron Galaxy, who was also involved in the Last of Us PC port, didn’t release a statement regarding the game’s issues. Many players had reservations about the developer’s involvement because of how it handled the PC ports of Batman: Arkham Knight and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, which were both had negative reception. It’s still unclear whether these problems were caused by the developer, but given its past work, it wouldn’t be farfetched to see many gamers upset at Iron Galaxy as well.

It’s only been less than a day since the release of The Last of Us on PC. With time, the developers should be able to fix all the issues and give players a better experience.

The Last of Us Part 1 is available now on PS5 and PC.

Source: Gamerant

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