Deliveroo Now Offers PlayStation Uncharted & TLOU Food

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Deliveroo Now Offers PlayStation Uncharted & TLOU Food

Thanks to a delightful collaboration with Deliveroo, fans of PlayStation’s The Last of Us and Uncharted games may now refuel as Ellie and Drake do.

Deliveroo now allows fans of The Last of Us and Uncharted to order cuisine inspired by PlayStation’s popular franchises. While many people think of The Last of Us or Uncharted games when they think of shooting and looting, PlayStation’s heroines Ellie and Nate, like the rest of humanity, need something to keep them going on their adventures.

Food has always played an essential role in many gaming experiences, from the tiny, pixelated visuals of 1980s Pac-Man eating his way to victory to more modern and diversified games like Overcooked. However, while these foods may appear to be delectable, they are nothing more than a representation on a screen. Many fans have recreated in-game dinners, but there has rarely been the opportunity to buy a gourmet meal inspired by a video game series, let alone have it delivered to your house. Until now, that is.

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PlayStation Australia revealed the PlayStation To Plate concept via a mouth-watering clip shared on Twitter. PlayStation has partnered with Deliveroo Australia to offer delicious dishes inspired by The Last of Us Part 2, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart. Fans can now buy Ellie’s steak sandwich from The Last of Us Part 2, as well as a visually stunning trifle inspired by Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart’s Sirangian Honey Mousse and a hearty dish of Thief’s Pasta as eaten by Nathan Drake in Uncharted 4. Renowned Australian restaurateurs produce each dish, but fans must act quickly to try these delicacies because the PlayStation to Plate project is only accessible until December 13th.

While the PlayStation To Plate concept is entertaining, Patrick Lagana, Director of Marketing for PlayStation Australia, sees a deeper meaning in it. “The last 18 months have certainly highlighted the value of play in our lives,” Lagana said (via Power Up Gaming). The worlds of gaming and food had provided escapism and happiness to Australians at a time when we needed it most.” Kenny Graham, the founder of Mary’s Burger Joint and the inventor of The Last of Us’ Ellie Steak Sandwich, agrees. “Food, like games, has this tremendous power to allow people to escape every day and connect with family, friends, and even strangers,” Graham adds.

It’s unclear whether Sony will take the PlayStation to Plate concept further. This cooperation is currently only available in Australia, where diners may also enter to win one of five Golden Tickets. Instead, the lucky winners of PlayStation’s Golden Tickets will be handed a PS5. Considering the console’s continuous scarcity, this is an opportunity that many fans won’t want to pass up, especially if they don’t want to rely on speculations like a recently reported PS5 resupply at Target.

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Unfortunately, for the time being, the bulk of PlayStation fans will have to make do with viewing rather than eating this trailer for the cuisine. Of course, there’s always the option of playing some Uncharted 2 or The Last of Us Part 2, so Nate and Ellie can eat their meals even if the rest of their team can’t.

For the PlayStation 4, The Last of Us Part 2 and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is now available. The PlayStation 5 version of Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is available.

Sources: PlayStation Australia/TwitterPower Up Gaming