Even before the premiere of the latest version of Ellie and Joel's adventure, Sony has taken measures that have been very well received. Yesterday, early customers got a refund for production – and can take advantage of a much cheaper upgrade from PS4 to PS5.
Starting today, players will be able to check out The Last of Us Part II Remastered. The remastered version only debuted on PlayStation 5, but it seems almost certain that it will also be available on PC in the future.
Sony has decided to offer a paid update, and owners of The Last of Us Part II on PlayStation 4 can purchase an enhanced version of the game – all you have to do is get a digital or physical copy of the title.
In this aspect, the Japanese giant surprised PlayStation 5 users very positively Before The Last of Us Part II Remastered debuted, it was offering refunds to players who purchased the digital version and had The Last of Us Part II in their accounts. In this case, they receive a notification that they can purchase an upgrade at a more favorable price.
Sony is refunding money to users of the remastered version of The Last of Us Part 2 who have the digital copy [The Last of Us Part 2 – przyp. red.] On PS4, where the update costs $10 on launch day.
For example, if someone pre-orders a game for $50 but can upgrade on release day for $10 because they got [wersję gry z PS4 – przyp. red.].
Sony is refunding Last of Us Part 2 remasters who have a PS4 digital copy because the launch day upgrade is $10.
For example, someone pre-ordered it for $50 but can upgrade it at launch for $10 because they own it. W move emo 👍 pic.twitter.com/WQgqP21Dga
— Pio 5️⃣ (@mrpyo1) January 18, 2024
This is good news, especially if we take into account the fact that some players may not have been aware of the option to use the paid update. Meanwhile, you can take advantage of this cheaper option today.
“Prone to fits of apathy. Introvert. Award-winning internet evangelist. Extreme beer expert.”