Since revealing The Last of Us Part II, we’ve been overwhelmed by the response from the community. In no time at all, you were sharing your covers of “Through the Valley,” photos of your picture-perfect cosplay, your beautiful fan art submissions, and even your real-life tattoos inspired by Ellie’s. Your passion humbles and inspires us and every year we celebrate The Last of Us community with Outbreak Day on September 26—the date the infection hit critical mass in The Last of Us.
This year marks our fourth Outbreak Day and we’re kicking things off with a brand-new The Last of Us Part II poster, PS4 system theme and T-shirt, as well as hosting a week of sales on select The Last of Us content on the PlayStation Store.
Across the diverse set of studios, offices, and teams that make up PlayStation, there’s one trait we all share: we love games. And since Horizon Zero Dawn launched on PS4 in late February, many of us have fallen hopelessly head over heels.
We’ve become enamored with Aloy, staggered by the scope of the world, and awed by the stunning visuals Guerrilla Games has crafted. Perhaps none so more than Naughty Dog Creative Director Neil Druckmann.
In the lore of The Last of Us, September 26 represents the day the Cordyceps virus reached critical mass. A grim day for the inhabitants of that world, perhaps, but for Naughty Dog and The Last of Us community, it’s Outbreak Day—an annual fan celebration featuring deals on the game, DLC, and merch, as well as the debut of new collectibles, and more.
PlayStation Store is taking a bite out of prices on Naughty Dog titles and Jurassic Park movies in this week’s franchise sale. Now through Monday, March 21, save up to 75% on select Naughty Dog games, DLC, and Jurassic Park films. PlayStation Plus members save even more with discounts up to 85%.
Our Holiday Sale is in full swing, and we’re kicking off Week 2 with a brand-new lineup of limited-time deals. Starting right now, save up to 75 percent on some of the season’s top games and movies. PlayStation Plus members save up to 80 percent.
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