The Last Of Us 2's Gorgeous Deluxe Edition Art Book Is Available To Pre-Order

Hopefully it gets discounted prior to release.


After a long wait, The Last of Us Part II will finally arrive on PS4 May 29. If you're as excited about the sequel as we are, you may want to check out The Art of The Last of Us Part II, an art book created by Dark Horse and Naughty Dog filled with imagery from the game and developer commentary. Super fans will want to take a peek at the Deluxe Edition.

The Art of The Last of Us Part II Deluxe Edition went up for sale last week for $90, which is certainly quite pricey when you consider that the standard edition is available for $28 (normally $40). The Deluxe Edition was on sale for $54 for a couple of days, but it has since gone back up to $81. It comes with an alternate cover, a slipcase featuring Ellie playing guitar, and a gorgeous lithograph shown below. We don't know much about the contents between the covers just yet, but we do know that it's 200 pages just like the standard edition.

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Both editions of the official art book release June 16. Amazon's pre-order price guarantee ensures that you will get the book for the lowest price that's offered between now and release day.

The Art of The Last of Us Part II Deluxe Edition -- $90
The Art of The Last of Us Part II Deluxe Edition -- $90

For more on the PS4 exclusive, check out GameSpot's The Last of Us Part II roundup detailing everything you need to know about the sequel. If you still need to secure your pre-order of the game, we have a The Last of Us Part II pre-order guide outlining bonuses and the various physical and digital editions.

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