The Last of Us: Part II has launched exclusively for the PlayStation 4. It is a sequel to ‘The Last of Us’ from 2013 that came out for the PlayStation 3 in 2013 and the PlayStation 4 in 2014. Developed by Naughty Dog, the just-released sequel retails for Rs. 3,999 for the standard edition and Rs. 4,799 for the Digital Deluxe Edition. and the latter comes with some bonus content when downloading from the PlayStation Store.
Set in the post-apocalyptic USA, The Last of Us: Part II (Review) follows now grown-up Ellie as she sets on a new adventure. The third-person game focuses on stealth and survival with an emotional storyline. The Last of Us: Part II takes place five years after the first part and the survivors of the pandemic that swept over the nation have now adjusted and settled in the current scenario. The game is a single-player only adventure with no multiplayer component, unlike the first part.
The Last of Us: Part II is 77.5GB in size and the Standard Edition gets you an avatar icon, while the Digital Deluxe Edition comes with a digital soundtrack, digital Dark Horse mini art book, six PSN avatars for PS4, and a PS4 dynamic theme.
The original game won a number of awards including Outstanding Innovation in Gaming at the DICE Awards, Best Third Person Shooter from GameTrailers, and was called the Best PlayStation Game my multiple gaming publications. So, naturally, the hype and expectations from The Last of Us: Part II is quite high.
The development for the game began in 2014 and was first announced in December 2016. It was originally planned for a release on February 21 but got delayed until May 29. However, in April, Sony announced that the game will be released on June 19.