'The Last Of Us Part II' Now Best-Selling UK Game Ever

'The Last Of Us Part II' Now Best-Selling UK Game Ever

'The Last Of Us Part II' Now Best-Selling UK Game Ever

The Last of Us Part 2 will officially be released at midnight tonight eastern time, and PlayStation has updated its official merchandise store with new Last of Us 2 gear, including a $2,300 guitar.

The GfK recently released its United Kingdom boxed charts for the week, revealing that The Last of Us Part II is the biggest game of the year based on initial sales.

The Last of Us Part 2's launch sales are also 76% higher than these of Ellie and Joel's inaugural adventure on PS3. Lots of Naughty Dog records broken by. This also puts the Switch's Ring Fit Adventure in second place for the third week running, although sales for that title have risen 31 per cent week-on-week. Nor is it clear if the authors of frustrated reviews even own a PlayStation and a copy of the game.

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 only significant arrival on the gaming charts for the past week was downloadable content for "Pokemon Sword" and "Pokemon Shield" in the form of "Isle of Armor".

In recent years, a willingness by major developers such as Ubisoft to incorporate accessibility into the early stages of big-budget game design has helped push the subject forward. This one is notable, because it is the first The Last of Us Nendoroid based on a character from the series. "This is literally the first time we have ever seen a game have this many features".

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