The Last of Us is slated for release this summer on PlayStation 4, and it might be offered at a discount to those who own the PlayStation 3 version.
The Last of Us: Remastered will include the campaign and the post-apocalyptic game's downloadable content. It is currently listed for pre-order on Amazon for $59.99. In response to a question on the European PlayStation Blog yesterday asking if those who purchased the PS3 version and its Season Pass might get a discount, Naughty Dog community strategist Eric Monacelli said that the developer is still determining pricing.
"We're looking into the business model for all this," he wrote, "and will post about this once we have input from all regions."
Monacelli revealed the third and final pack of downloadable content for The Last of Us Season Pass yesterday, which will include a new difficulty mode, maps, gear and skills. For more on the game's previous DLC offerings, be sure to read Polygon's The Last of Us: Left Behind review.
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