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The Last of Us Remastered Gets PS4 Bundle In Canada
Since The Last of Us Remastered is upon us, it’s not really illogical for Sony to start pushing the hype train once more. Canada will be receiving this tribute to flannel shirts as an exclusive console bundle today.
The Last of Us Remastered PS4 bundle costs $449 Canadian and comes with the console and 500Gb of download space, one Dualshock 4 controller and the game. It’s a pretty simple deal.
Weirdly enough, the bundle doesn’t come with a shiny boxed copy of the port, but rather a download voucher. That giant box probably didn’t have room for additional content.
Attention: The Last of Us Remastered PS4 download voucher expires somewhere in 2017, according to the box. Just kidding, though that date is real. If you’re waiting that long to download the game, however, you’re probably not the demographic for the bundle in the first place.
Naturally, the code will come with all possible downloadable content (DLC) for the popular release. This includes the Left Behind expansion.
Multiplayer gets bolstered with the Abandoned and Reclaimed Territories map packs. You’ll also get access to the Grounded Difficulty mode.
Difficulty modes as DLC is a tricky business practice. Metro: Last Light tried that with Ranger Mode and it didn’t go over well with the community. That game is coming up in a remake as well, by the way.
The Last of Us was a real system seller for on the end of the Playstation 3 lifecycle. We remember a lot of media posts of people going out to buy a PS3, just to witness the extremely well-received game for themselves.
Since then, the game went on to collect just about any reward imaginable, towering over giants like Grand Theft Auto V. The Last of Us Remastered currently looks like it’s equally gelling with critics.