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The Last of Us Part 2 gets a themed PlayStation 4 Pro bundle and a Seagate game drive

By Tim Augustin - on 30 May 2020, 11:46am

Sony and Seagate announce The Last of Us-themed console bundle and game drive

Note: This article was first published on 20 May 2020.

Sony has announced a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro bundle for The Last of Us Part 2! 

The bundle includes a PlayStation 4 Pro console, Dualshock 4 controller, a physical copy of Naughty Dog’s sequel and a code to redeem digital content. The console has a fully customised matte finish, engraved with Ellie’s now-iconic fern tattoo design. The controller also flaunts a similar design. 

That’s not all, however. There’s a lot more Last of Us Part 2-themed merch on the way, including a Limited Edition Gold Wireless Headset with crimson inner ear cups. This headset features Ellie’s tattoo and the game’s logo, as well. 

Seagate has also announced an Officially Licensed Seagate 2TB Game Drive, laser-etched with Ellie’s tattoo and arriving alongside the game’s launch. The game drive can store more than 50 games externally, and since The Last of Us Part 2 is reported to take up at least 100GB of space on consoles - you might actually end up needing it. 

Image: Sony

The PlayStation 4 Pro bundle will cost you US$399.99 (around S$566), but the limited edition controller is available separately for US$64.99 (around S$92). The headset costs US$99.99 (S$141.70), while the Seagate Game Drive costs S$129

The Last of Us Part 2 looks incredible, judging from the footage Sony has released so far. This might be your last chance to grab a limited edition PlayStation 4 bundle too - unless Sony plans to make another one for Ghost of Tsushima. 

Naughty Dog’s highly anticipated follow-up to The Last of Us will release on June 19, 2020.