Last of Us 2 PC: Naughty Dog Job Posting Suggests Possible Port

The Last of Us Part 2 PC release may be a reality
The Last of Us Part 2 PC release may be a reality / Naughty Dog/Sony

A Last of Part 2 PC could be in the cards, as developer Naughty posted a job listing searching for a graphics programmer with several PC-specific requirements and skills.

The listing, posted to LinkedIn Jan. 17, specifically asks for a programmer with a "thorough understanding of current GPU architectures," including Nvidia. The listing also aims for programmers with experience with DirectX12 and Vulkan, all of which are unrelated to the PlayStation 4.

Most compellingly, the posting asks for "PC programming experience" in addition to console experience.

The Last of us 2 PC port?

The Last of Us Part 2 is one of Sony's tentpole exclusives. The original Last of Us, released in 2013, never made the jump.

A Kotaku report published Jan. 16 indicated Horizon: Zero Dawn, another major PlayStation exclusive, would be ported in 2020. Sony has yet to confirm the report.

Naughty Dog delayed The Last of Us Part 2 on Oct. 24, pushing the game's release date back to May 29. The developer originally planned to ship The Last of Us Part 2 on Feb. 21.