After its release last year, it would appear that the price of The Last of Us Part 2 it was permanently discounted on the US PlayStation Store. The much-loved chapter 2 of the saga, which has received dizzying ratings from critics around the world, is located at $ 39.99. The version Digital Deluxeinstead, it raised the price to $ 49.99.
Unlike the other discounts that appear on Sony’s virtual shop window, in this case there is no offer expiration date. This suggests that the new price is final, although it is unusual to see such a drop in the starting cost, especially for games of this caliber.
So far, in fact, no further changes have been made to the store windows in the United States, and it is still not known whether this could be an error or an actual permanent discount.
The possibility of a re-edition of the title in style could perhaps be ruled out Director’s Cut, since Ghost of Tsushima has been completely removed from the PS Store to make way for its (full price) update, which is set to release next month and will add a new island (the island of Iki), new content, enemies and ah hoc improvements, designed for the Sony flagship platform.
Naughty Dog confirmed about a year ago that he is working on a multiplayer spin-off of the sequel, but we have yet to get new information on that. The Californian team is also rumored to be redoubling the original entry of the series for the PlayStation 5, since collaborates with HBO for a TV adaptation, much anticipated by fans.
At the moment, however, for US gamers it is possible to buy one of the most beloved games for PlayStation 4 for a much lower price than the launch one, and it seems like a permanent thing. This price change of The Last of Us Part 2 it could be embraced permanently too from other countries in the next weeks?