The Last Of Us 2 PS4 Pro Bundle: Price, Pre-Order Details, And More

The Last Of Us 2 PS4 Pro Bundle: Price, Pre-Order Details, And More

The Last of Us Part 2 is one of the most anticipated PS4 games releasing this year, and as its June 19 release date quickly approaches, fans now have another way to celebrate the game’s launch and own a piece of limited-edition The Last of Us hardware. Sony announced a new PS4 Pro bundle that features a limited-edition console and controller inspired by The Last of Us Part 2, and it’ll launch alongside the game on June 19. Aside from the PS4 Pro bundle, the Last of Us Part II PS4 collection also includes a new limited-edition Gold Wireless Headset and a Seagate 2TB Game Drive.

Check out everything the Last of Us Part II PS4 collection includes below, including price and where to purchase. Plus, if you still need to pre-order The Last of Us Part II, we have a guide breaking down all every special edition and available pre-order bonus.

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The star of the collection is the new limited-edition PS4 Pro and its matching controller. Both feature a custom matte finish and are engraved with Ellie’s tattoo design. Naughty Dog art director John Sweeney shared in Sony’s press release that seeing fan reactions to Ellie’s tattoo inspired the PS4’s design.

“When we first revealed The Last of Us Part II, we had no idea how quickly fans would embrace Ellie’s tattoo. Within a day, we started seeing real-life versions showing up on social media, and fans have been sharing photos of their new tattoos with us week after week ever since,” he wrote. “By that point, it had become a symbol of the game and for the community–much like the Firefly logo in the first game. It was the clear choice, but we wondered: what if it could be engraved? It hadn’t been done before, so we weren’t sure it was even possible, but thanks to the incredible efforts of the teams at PlayStation, we found a way.”

Aside from the console and controller, you’ll also receive a physical copy of The Last of Us Part 2 along with a code to redeem digital content, like a dynamic PS4 theme, avatars, and more. The entire bundle will be available to pre-order for $400 USD / $500 CAD, but we’re not seeing any listings just yet. We’ll update this story with links as soon as they’re available.

The Last of Us Part II DualShock 4 controller

$65 USD / $75 CAD

If you’re not ready to buy a console but want something featuring the limited-edition Ellie design, the DualShock 4 controller from the bundle is also available to purchase separately for $65 USD / $75 CAD. It features the same matte finish as the console, white detailing, and The Last of Us Part II logo on the touchpad.

The Last of Us Part II Gold Wireless Headset

$100 USD / $120 CAD

Separate from the bundle, Sony is releasing a limited-edition Gold Wireless Headset featuring the same Steel Black matte finish, Ellie’s tattoo design, and the game logo. As a nice contrast, its inner ear cups are a deep crimson red. It’s available to pre-order for $100 USD / $120 CAD.

The Last of Us Part II Seagate 2TB Game Drive

$90 USD / $115 CAD

The Last of Us Part II’s file size makes it quite literally the biggest-ever PlayStation exclusive, taking up more space than God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Marvel’s Spider-Man, according to GamesRadar. Those who buy the game digitally will need at least 100GB of free space. Fortunately, hard drives can easily solve that storage issue, and Sony is partnering with Seagate to release an officially licensed The Last of Us Part II 2TB Game Drive, which features the same laser-etched design of Ellie’s tattoo. It will soon be available to pre-order for $90 USD / $115 CAD.

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