The Last of Us Part II hits the mark of 4 million copies sold in just 72 hours
Naughty Dog game became the fastest-selling PlayStation 4 exclusive in history
On June 19th, Naughty Dog released its newest title for PlayStation 4, with the long-awaited arrival of The Last of Us: Part II, is the direct continuation of the game released in 2013 for PS3, and the latest figures released by Sony again prove the giant success of this franchise.
Recently, it was revealed through the official PlayStation blog that The Last of Us: Part II has already reached the mark of 4 million copies sold, this number refers to the sales made since its launch until the 21st of June.
With that, the Naughty Dog game dispatched Marvel’s Spider-Man, from Insomniac Games, which had sold around 3.3 million copies in 72 hours at the time of its release, and became the PlayStation 4 exclusive with more copies sold. in the shortest time since its arrival on the market.
In the publication, Neil Druckmann , vice president of Naughty Dog and director of the game, thanked everyone who enjoyed the game and commented on the impact that the release of The Last of Us: Part II had on players and how gratifying this experience was. for the developer.
The recently released title from Naughty Dog was widely praised by critics and specialized media for bringing an impressive graphic look, dubbing and above-average interpretation and improved gameplay over the first game. Despite this, the game has suffered in recent weeks several attacks and criticisms from people who did not like certain topics covered in the story, but it seems that this is not hindering its sales.
The Last of Us: Part II is currently available exclusively for PlayStation 4.
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