The Last of Us Part II is finally dropping on June 19, 2020. To commemorate this, Sony wants fans to own a piece of the protagonist with the limited edition The Last of Us Part II PlayStation 4 Pro bundle.

The Last of Us Part II PlayStation 4 Pro Bundle

This special bundle is not the usual bundle painted with graphics; Ellie’s tattoo can be found engraved on the console in fully customized matte finish and a matching DualShock 4 controller.

The DualShock 4 controller, which is presented in Steel Black matte finish with white detailing, also features Ellie’s fern tattoo engraved on the lower right hand side. The Last of Us Part II logo can also be found on the controller’s touchpad.

The Last of Us Part II PlayStation 4 Pro Bundle
The Last of Us Part II PlayStation 4 Pro Bundle

The Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II PlayStation 4 Pro bundle comes with a Steel Book Case with a physical copy of the game, plus a code to redeem digital content, including the The Last of Us Part II dynamic theme, avatars, digital soundtrack, and digital mini art book from Dark Horse.

The limited edition bundle is set to launch on June 19, 2020, along with the game’s official launch date. You can pre-order it now in the U.S. and Canada for US$399.99 and 499.99 CAD, respectively.

The Limited Edition DualShock 4 Wireless Controller also will be available as a standalone for US$64.99/74.99 CAD.

Much like the Xbox One Cyberpunk 2077 bundle we saw earlier, Sony is also offering a matching Limited Edition Gold Wireless Headset in Steel Black matte finish and the same fern tattoo and game logo.

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In addition, there is also a Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II Officially Licensed Seagate 2 TB Game Drive featuring laser-etched design of Ellie’s tattoo.

The Gold Wireless headset and the Seagate hard drive will sell for US$99.99/119.99 CAD and US$89.99/114.99 CAD, respectively.

All images courtesy of Sony Interactive Entertainment.

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