The special PS4 hardware bundle will release alongside the game on June 19 and features a custom engraved design, limited edition DualShock 4, a physical copy of the game, as well as a code to redeem digital content such as a dynamic theme and avatars.
In the US and Canada, the bundle will retail for $399.99 USD / $499.99 CAD. The limited edition DualShock 4 controller will be available standalone for $64.99 USD / $74.99 CAD.
Sony Interactive Entertainment also announced a Last of Us-themed Gold Wireless Headset ($99.99 USD / $119.99 CAD) and Seagate 2TB Game Drive ($89.99 USD / $114.99 CAD).
In the US, the Boulevard Brewing Co. will sell special Space Camper Cosmic IPA beer to celebrate the launch of the game.
Naughty Dog recently released a new video exploring the story of The Last of Us Part 2.
The video is part of a new series of regular videos the developer will be releasing over the coming weeks, with each offering a closer look at the PS4 exclusive.
Creative director Neil Druckmann said in the video that he believes Part 2 will be more divisive than the first game.
Following two delays, Naughty Dog recently confirmed that the sequel has gone gold ahead of The Last of Us Part 2 release date on June 19.