We can all buy The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered as it has been released today! January 19, 2024, brings the hard-hitting and emotional game natively to PS5, and we're gathering up all the latest prices and giving you the latest on the WLF Edition with our stock tracker.
While the standard edition is readily available, we've been doing our best to be a WLF Edition restock tracker since pre-orders for the special edition opened up in December. Sadly, we've not seen much since the initial wave of pre-order inventory sold out in December, despite some trackers throwing up alerts randomly. The only grain of hope we hold on to though is that PlayStation Direct did a couple of restocks of Part I's premium Firefly Edition around the time of that edition's release, so we are hopeful the WLF Edition will get the same treatment.
But, anyway, read on for the latest prices and best links for both editions of the game.
Where to buy The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered standard edition
The standard edition of the game is readily available from the usual batch of retailers wherever you live. However, there are already some discounts from the game's listing price going already so now is as good a time as ever to order a standard edition of the game.
WLF Edition stock tracker
WLF Edition stock tracker update: As of around 6am ET / 11am GMT on January 19 (release day), the WLF Edition remains out of stock. Stock trackers claim to have seen flashes of stock pop up but as far as we can tell there's not been anything official. We hold out hope that release week will bring another wave of bona fide stock.
The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered WLF Edition gets you a whole host of extra physical goodies. In an edition that looks very similar and complimentary to the Firefly Edition of The Last of Us Part 1 - and which has artwork that relates to that edition - the WLF edition will get you the following:
- A steelbook
- 47 Society of Champions trading cards (eight holographic ones)
- Four enamel pins
- A Washington Liberation Front Patch
The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered upgrade path
In tremendous news for those who already own the PS4 version of the game, there's a digital upgrade path on offer to get the PS5 remastered version.
This is similar to the one Sony offered with the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves PS5 release and means you'll only have to pay $10 - likely £10 - but this is still to be confirmed - to get your shiny new PS5 Remastered version of the game.
This can be done whether you own the PS4 original physically on disk or digitally - though disk owners will have to insert the game into the PS5 to be able to play it.
If you need some quick links to the latest lowest prices on PS Store credit to take this path then we've got those below.
The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered FAQs
How much is The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered?
There are two editions of The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered, which have different price tags. The standard edition costs $49.99/£44.99, and the W.L.F Edition costs $99.99 / £99.99.
What's included with the The Last of US Part 2 Remastered?
Regardless of which edition you go for, buying The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered will get you an enhanced version of the game that is a native PS5 title, ensuring you get haptic feedback from the DualSense controller, lightning-fast load times, upgraded visuals, multiple performance modes, 3D audio, and extra features like the No Return mode, guitar free play, and three lost levels.
Is The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered WLF Edition sold out?
Unfortunately, as it stands at 6am ET on January 19, the WLF Edition of the PS5 release of The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered is sold out and unavailable. We're hoping for more stock to come though, so it's always worth trying links and retailers.
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