Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II has had a long and winding road leading up to its release next month. It got delayed waaaaay past its original release date, it got its plot leaked…plus a whole lot of other drama.

Now, in the last leg before its release; Sony’s shown some of the best looking limited edition hardware yet!

I’m especially taken with the PS4 Pro (CUH-7200 series).

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Limited Edition The Last of Us™ Part II PS4™Pro Bundle

It’ll go for SG$599, comes with 1 TB storage, one The Last of Us Part II limited edition Dualshock 4 and a code to redeem the standard edition of the game plus other digital goodies!

The Limited Edition PS4 Pro bundle hits stores on June 19, the same day the game comes out.

If you already have a PS4 (or a PS4 Pro), the controller’s also going to be on sale standalone. The Steel Black limited edition The Last of Us Part II Dualshock 4 will be SG$84.90 when it’s released.

Limited Edition The Last of Us™ Part II PS4™Pro Bundle

Like the PS4 Pro, it’ll have Ellie’s fern tattoo on it, as well as the game’s title etched on the touchpad.

Finally, there’s also a new Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II Wireless Headset.

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Limited Edition The Last of Us™ Part II Gold Wireless Headset

Aesthetically, it’ll feature similar motifs to the other hardware in the post; Ellie’s fern tattoo, the Steel Black color (with the crimson ear cups) and the title of the game on it.

This bad boy will set you back SG$149 when it hits stores in June.

If I had to pick, the Dualshock 4 controller looks to be the best of the lot, especially since my own gold Dualshock 4 seems to be dying. Psst Sony, if you’re reading this, I won’t mind if you send one over for me!

Sal's been in the industry since the early 2000s. He's written for a ton of gaming and tech publications including Playworks, Hardwarezone, HWM and GameAxis. Recently, Sal served as a juror for the Indie Game Awards at Taipei Game Show 2020. A geek and hardcore gamer, Sal will play everything, on any platform.