Almost a whole console generation later since The Last of Us released on the PlayStation 3 in 2013, Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Naughty Dog has today released the highly-anticipated action-adventure game The Last of Us Part II onto store shelves.
The game is can be purchased physically or digitally for a price of $99.95, however the Australian electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi are offering the game today only for $69.00 as part of a special launch day deal .
This instalment see’s you primarily take control of Ellie some time after the events of The Last of Us. Settled down in Wyoming among a thriving community in the otherwise post-pandemic United States, a violent event disrupts the peace, leading Ellie to begin a relentless journey for justice. Hunting those responsible, she’s confronted by devastating physical and emotional repercussions of her actions.
Marking the launch of The Last of Us Part II, PlayStation Australia partnered with Sony Music Australia to re-record ‘Through the Valley’ with Australian artist Tash Sultana, who was involved in the game’s Reveal Trailer all the way back in 2016. PlayStation Australia described this collaboration as follows: