Naughty Dog is celebrating that there is just 108 days left until The Last of Us 2 is released on PS4, with the date being May 29th. To mark this rather odd occasion the studio has released a free dynamic theme for PS4 owners to redeem from the PlayStation Store which focuses on two pieces of key art that have been released by Naughty Dog. The dynamic theme transitions between night and day taking your system clock into account. You need to go to your specific store and enter one of the codes below, except in Japan and other Asian territories where the process is a bit different.
- Americas: 4FMP-BBNM-J5L3
- Europe/AU/NZ/Russia/Middle East/Africa/India: 9DEK-PKNG-N445
- Japan and Asia: Please check out each country’s official PlayStation social channel for more details.
The artwork that Naughty Dog wants to highlight shows two parts of Ellie’s journey; her peaceful beginning, and her life-threatening hunt for vengeance. They look pretty fantastic, and can also be downloaded in high resolution from the PlayStation site to use on different devices.
Alongside the announcement of this dynamic theme Naughty Dog also confirmed that attendees to PAX East will be able to get their hands on a playable demo of The Last of Us 2 which spans an early hour of the game in which Ellie and Dina have to clear out infected. The demo will be available throughout PAX East from February 27th to March 1st. As there will be limited spaces the advice is to download the PlayStation Experience mobile app and reserve a spot.
For you collectors out there a brand new statue from Dark Horse is being released which shows Ellie wielding a machete. It will be a very limited run with the number produced being based on how many pre-orders are put in before the cut off date of March 13th. It is priced at $99.99 and if you don’t pre-order you won’t be getting one. Unless you pick one off eBay where some people will no doubt sell over the original asking price. If you fancy artwork to put on your wall then you can pick up some prints from Cook and Becker though they won’t be cheap.
Source: PS Blog