The Last Of Us Part 2’s younger hermit and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End acquire God Of War to a PlayStation 4’s best-selling exclusives club.
Sony Santa Monica’s God Of War was a fastest-selling Sony IP before Marvel’s Spider-Man, and a soothing reboot has now assimilated The Last Of Us Part 2’s Remastered prototype and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End as one of a PlayStation 4’s best-selling games.
The exhibit was done during Sony’s 2019 corporate plan assembly where a association showcased a super-fast loading times of a PlayStation 5, while also confirming that The Last Of Us Part 2, Death Stranding, and Ghost Of Tsushima will be entrance to PS4.
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God Of War surpasses ten-million sales with The Last Of Us and Uncharted 4
God Of War has been a large powerhouse for Sony, and it’s not startling that it has assimilated a disdainful ten-million sales club.
At Sony’s presentation, it was reliable that Sony Santa Monica’s soothing reboot has sole over 10 million units, fasten The Last Of Us Remastered and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End as one of a PlayStation 4’s best-selling exclusives (let alone best received).
This is an implausible feat on Sony’s part, and it’s expected that a fourth will join a bar in a nearby destiny interjection to Marvel’s Spider-Man carrying sole over nine million copies.
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