How time flies - today marks exactly two years since the release of The Last of Us: Part II. The game, which was supposed to set the world on fire - as our review by Matthias Pawlikowski put it, reallt did not leave the fans of digital entertainment indifferent (some still try to change the plot). Many of them have named Naughty Dog's title as the game of the year. In addition, it has won numerous industry awards, including seven statuettes at The Game Awards 2020, and six at the Golden Joystick Awards 2020.
Such high recognition and popularity must have translated into high sales. In celebration of today's second birthday of The Last of Us: Part II the developers boasted on Twitter that in the two years since its release the game has managed to sell 10 million copies (probably a little over 10 million).
While the number is already impressive, there's no saying that it won't grow even more soon. This may be influenced by both The Last of Us: Part I, is basically a remake of the first game on the engine of the second announced at the Summer Game Fest, as well as the TV series created by HBO. Heck, look at the first comment under the tweet. Well, Sony rather does not need to be encouraged to release the same games more than once, so it is possible that The Last of Us: Part II - Director's Cut will indeed be released in some time.
Source: Twitter/Naughty Dog.