'The Last of Us Part I’ just hit a new record-low price in the PlayStation Store

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SAVE $20.03: The PlayStation Store has The Last of Us Part I on sale as its Deal of the Week. Grab a copy of the Standard Edition for the record-low of $49.69 (normally $69.99), or upgrade to the Digital Deluxe Edition for $59.99 (typically $79.99).

The best version of The Last of Us just hit its best price yet.

TLOU Part I is on sale for just $49.69 as part of a Deal of the Week promotion in the PlayStation Store, live now through Thursday, Feb. 16 at 2:59 a.m. ET. That's 29% off its usual retail price of $69.99 and its biggest discount to date. This beats the game's all-time-low holiday price on Amazon (where it's currently sold out) by a solid 30 cents.

The game's Digital Deluxe Edition is also cheaper until the 16th: You can snag a copy for just $59.99, or 25% off its $79.99 MSRP.

A PS5 exclusive that came out in September 2022, TLOU Part I is a top-to-bottom overhaul of the original 2013 mushroom zombie horror game for PS3 featuring enhanced visuals, improved gameplay with better controls and combat, haptic feedback, 3D audio, and additional accessibility options. It's by far the best way to experience Joel and Ellie's saga for the first time, especially if you're following along with the hit TV adaptation on HBO. (Anyone who's played through 2014's TLOU Remastered for PS4 probably doesn't *need* to pick up Part I, but if you're a longtime fan of the franchise, the stunning next-gen graphics make for a pretty compelling revisit in their own right.)

The Standard Edition of TLOU Part 1 includes a copy of the base game and Left Behind, its prequel DLC, with a multiplayer mode promised for sometime later in 2023. The Digital Deluxe Edition tacks on early unlocks of weapons, skills, and a speedrun mode.

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