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The Last Of Us 2 Free Dynamic PS4 Theme Available Now

Be a clicker and grab the theme before it's too late.

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The Last of Us Part II releases in just a few days, on June 19, but while you count down the final hours until you can dive back into Ellie and Joel's story, you can snag a free dynamic PS4 theme made for the game. First released in February, the theme features protagonist Ellie in two very different situations and represents the balance between peaceful life and chaos that has underscored the series thus far.

The Last of Us Part II's Duality dynamic theme can be downloaded by entering a code specific to your region on the PlayStation Store. We were unable to find it by using the store's search bar.

The codes used to redeem the dynamic theme are as follows:

  • North and South America: 4FMP-BBNM-J5L3
  • Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, India: 9DEK-PKNG-N445

The theme transitions from day to night based on your PS4 system clock and features two different images, including one of Ellie playing guitar by herself. It's similar to the figure in the game's Collector's Edition and Ellie Edition, and she's the only person visible in the first image.

In the theme's nighttime image, things have popped off. Ellie is hiding behind a tree with a machete in hand as several enemies approach. One is holding a large axe, while the others hold torches and look like they came straight from Bloodborne. This will likely make up more of the game than Ellie playing guitar.

There's still time to pre-order The Last of Us Part II, so check out our pre-order guide for more info on the game's pre-order bonuses, special editions, artbook, and more.

GameSpot's spoiler-free The Last of Us Part II review is live now, earning an 8/10. "By the time I finished The Last of Us Part II, I wasn't sure if I liked it," wrote reviews editor Kallie Plagge. "It's a hard game to stomach, in part because so much of who Ellie is and what she does is beyond your control. She is deeply complicated and flawed, and her selfishness hurts a lot of people. At times, the pain you inflict feels so senseless that it can leave you numb. It's all messy and bleak and made me profoundly sad for myriad reasons, but the more I reflect on it, the more I appreciate the story and characters at its core. I wanted almost none of it to happen the way it did, and that's what's both beautiful and devastating about it."

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