Video game themed products are always cool to have. Recently, we witnessed several brands jumping on a number of major game franchises. Levi's Mario-themed clothing line and League of Legends' Louis-Vuitton collection are prime examples of how video games can get into our daily lives. What if I told you there are credit cards with The Last of Us Remastered artwork all over them?
Recently, the Bank of Communications and PlayStation China collaborated to design The Last of Us Remastered credit cards. There are two designs for people applying for new cards to choose from, either the renowned Fireflies logo or the original title's Joel and Ellie artwork. Both of them look aesthetically pleasing, and a joy to take out of your pocket.
Bank of Communications x PlayStation China - The Last of Us Credit Card.— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) June 8, 2020
Ellie and Joel version
Available in Mainland China now. pic.twitter.com/35DDW7wiFH
Here are better images. pic.twitter.com/VuTSwqoiSZ— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) June 8, 2020
It is worth noting that China probably will never get The Last of Us neither its upcoming sequel due to the country's strict regulation laws. There are certain elements, themes of violence, and other reasons why the country won't let Naughty Dog's title onto its soil officially. Many players will still experience it though, via the grey market ordering it internationally or from Hong Kong, and the card could be useful for that.
This isn't the first time Sony and the Bank of Communications partner together to design cards based on the studio's IP and PlayStation theme. At the time, players were able to get discounts and bonuses for using the card on purchases from the PlayStation Store.
Sony introduced a PlayStation Credit Card at ChinaJoy through a partnership with the Bank of Communications.— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) August 9, 2019
The card design is based on PlayStation games and users can receive discounts and bonuses for using the card. pic.twitter.com/cSFTP56NtE
Do you wish you could get your hands on one of these? What other video game you would love to see get similar treatment on things we use everyday in our regular lives? Let us know your thoughts and suggestions in the comments section down below.