The Last of Us: Part 2 is United Kingdom retail's fast-selling PS4

The Last of Us: Part 2 is United Kingdom retail's fast-selling PS4

Here you'll discover the safe combination code for the employee of the month puzzle so you can get some extra tools and parts to further upgrade Ellie during the early stages of Naughty Dog's sequel. The Last of Us: Part II takes place five years after the first part and the survivors of the pandemic that swept over the nation have now adjusted and settled in the current scenario.

This only counts physical sales, however, so if downloads and digital sales are added, the launch numbers might actually be even bigger for "The Last of Us Part II".

With new cult-like enemies, allies and relationships (including Ellie's second woman-loving-woman encounter - the first seen with Riley in the Left Behind DLC) the game is sure to live up to its high praise. Lots of Naughty Dog records broken by.

The makes the game the biggest boxed game launch for the United Kingdom this year, beating Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the previous record holder, by 40 per cent.

The Last of Us: Part 2 is United Kingdom retail's fast-selling PS4

Game accessibility has come a long way in recent years, but gamers largely depend on individual developers to decide how much - or how few - accessibility options to include.

"We're going to look back on this and [see] everything for accessibility before The Last of Us Part II, and after", Steve says.

Approximately The Last of Us Part 2's campaign length is about 20 to 30 hours, made of 11 distinct chapters.

This Ellie Nendoroid costs US$54 with taxes and shipping included according to the PlayStation blog post.

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