Tuesday, May 19th 2020

Seagate Announces "The Last of Us Part II" Licensed Game Drives

Seagate is pleased to introduce the Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II Officially Licensed Seagate 2 TB Game Drive, arriving alongside the game's launch on PlayStation 4 (PS4 ) and PlayStation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro). Seagate's latest addition to its popular line of storage for gamers offers an expansive 2 TB of storage, and celebrates the release of The Last of Us Part II with a laser-etched design that features Ellie's distinct tattoo. Players can download The Last of Us Part II, store the full game on this drive, and quickly start playing.

Optimized for PS4 and PS4 Pro consoles and offering seamless installation, Seagate's latest special edition Game Drive is small and lightweight enough to slip into a pocket. It does not need a separate power adapter and can store more than 50 downloaded games for playing on the go.

The Limited Edition The Last of Us Part II Officially Licensed Seagate 2 TB Game Drive is available for a suggested retail price of $89.99 USD (2 TB). The collectible drive will be available in limited quantities, so be sure to grab one.
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14 Comments on Seagate Announces "The Last of Us Part II" Licensed Game Drives

#1
hat
Enthusiast
I'm guessing it's an SSHD at best? Probably standard HDD...
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#2
jmcslob
hat
I'm guessing it's an SSHD at best? Probably standard HDD...
Hahaha right...Makes sense it being a HDD...The last of us
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#3
Lionheart
"502 games" Typo? 52 PS4 games sounds about right.
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#4
claylomax
Do they come with a golf club?
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#5
silentbogo
I thought April 1st had already passed....
hat
I'm guessing it's an SSHD at best? Probably standard HDD...
Priced just like FireCuda, so with all the marketing babble I'm guessing it's just a re-branded ST2000LX001 with a sticker.
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#6
Vayra86
2 TB... Aha so this is where Seagate is hiding those high fail rate drives now.
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#7
kinjx11
Too bad it's exclusive to LGBTQ people
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#8
enxo218
cyberpunk 2077 merchandise has emboldened manufacturers I see...this must be the new "brand name" gimmick
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#9
medi01
Yeah, why not associate your company with a controversial game? Great business plan.
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#10
TheinsanegamerN
Honestly what is the point here? Even if TLOU2 wasnt mired in controversy and attrocious developer attitudes (and annita sarkesian) does seagate really think there are droves of consumers just itching to buy a new 2TB HDD in 2020, for a console that released in 2013 and which has a replacement, the ps5, immenetly on the horizon? :confused:
hat
I'm guessing it's an SSHD at best? Probably standard HDD...
It's a HDD with its platters urgically removed and NAND from its controller hamstrung into SSD storage.

Just like the main characters were surgically removed via brutal beatings from a beefcake with an ugly woman's face stapled on.
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#11
Prince Valiant
claylomax
Do they come with a golf club?
Missed opportunity not having 4TB drives.
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#12
timta2
kinjx11
Too bad it's exclusive to LGBTQ people
Your hateful dog whistles aren't wanted here. Please take that crap elsewhere.
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#13
Wet_Paint
timta2
Your hateful dog whistles aren't wanted here. Please take that crap elsewhere.
Its funny how eager you are to represent and get offended on behalf of other people. You do not speak for LGBT people, and you dont speak for other users of TPU, you speak only for yourself. Let the moderators deal with whatever "crap" is allowed on their website and if you cant handle a stupid joke then maybe its time for you to follow your own advice and take your "crap" elsewhere.
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Mega-Japan
Wet_Paint
Its funny how eager you are to represent and get offended on behalf of other people. You do not speak for LGBT people, and you dont speak for other users of TPU, you speak only for yourself. Let the moderators deal with whatever "crap" is allowed on their website and if you cant handle a stupid joke then maybe its time for you to follow your own advice and take your "crap" elsewhere.
You should ALL take your crap elsewhere, bringing your political drama to a tech website...
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