What is the best-selling PlayStation exclusive ever?

What is the best-selling PlayStation exclusive ever?
What is the best-selling PlayStation exclusive ever?

Begin with the first, historical one PlayStation up to the most recent PlayStation 5, the signed consoles Sony they have always offered their fans unforgettable productions that have also been able to sell several million copies, thus achieving worldwide fame.

But have you ever wondered what is the best-selling PlayStation exclusive of all time? The vast majority of the productions made by PlayStation Studios have managed to record great sales results, but one in particular has managed to shine more than all the others on the commercial front. It is about The Last of Us, the first chapter of the adventures of Joel ed Ellie traveling through a post-apocalyptic way destroyed by the plague of Cordyceps, the parasitic fungus that turned humans into ravenous bloodthirsty monsters.

Originally released on PlayStation 3 on June 14, 2013, in July 2014 the masterpiece Naughty Dog is also re-proposed on PlayStation 4 through The Last of Us Remastered, technically perfected editions including the expansion Left Behind. Combined sales of the two versions brought the total figure to well 20 million copies, making it the best-selling PlayStation game ever (not counting any cross-platform titles released over time). Although in extremis, this result makes The Last of Us enter the list of the 50 best-selling games ever, occupying the 49th position tied with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City from Rockstar, which in turn sold 20 million units.

Rumors have also spread about a remake of The Last of Us for PS5, which, however, have not been confirmed for the moment. During 2020, the highly anticipated sequel was released: you can rediscover it by reading our review of The Last of Us Part 2.

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