May 19, 2020
Fremont, CA – May 19, 2020 - Seagate is pleased to introduce the Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II Officially Licensed Seagate® 2TB Game Drive, arriving alongside the game’s launch on PlayStation®4 (PS4™) and PlayStation®4 Pro (PS4™ Pro).
Seagate’s latest addition to its popular line of storage for gamers offers an expansive 2TB of storage, and celebrates the release of The Last of Us Part II with a laser-etched design that features Ellie’s distinct tattoo. Players can download The Last of Us Part II, store the full game on this drive,1 and quickly start playing.
Optimized for PS4 and PS4 Pro consoles and offering seamless installation, Seagate’s latest special edition Game Drive is small and lightweight enough to slip into a pocket. It does not need a separate power adapter and can store more than 502 downloaded games for playing on the go3.
The Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II Officially Licensed Seagate® 2TB Game Drive is available for a suggested retail price of $89.99 USD (2TB). The collectible drive will be available in limited quantities, so be sure to grab one!
1 Minimum 100 GB storage space required to download and store The Last of Us Part II.
2 Based on average storage requirements of 39GB for PS4™ games published before June 2018.
3 Once content is stored on this device, it can only be accessed by the account that transferred the content to the device.
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