Final DLC For The Last Of Us Will Be Called Left Behind




/ 6 years ago

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Naughty Dog’s hit PS3 game The Last Of Us will be getting the last DLC piece of story based content called Left Behind. While multiplayer DLC will still be released this is the last piece of the story based single player DLC planned to be released. Naughty Dog’s community strategist Eric Monacelli wrote this on the European PlayStation Blog explaining the latest DLC;

There’s mutilplayer DLC up next. We don’t have an y more single player DLC planned. The new single player DLC will be of a sizable length, depending of on difficulty and new music is being recorded for the DLC as well.”

The DLC will be released February 14th and will feature Ellie and her best friend Riley, this will take place before the apocalyptic events of the main story, also added into this DLC will be multi-faction combat. Will this piece of DLC keep fans of The Last Of Us happy? Only time will tell, but we can still look forward to more multiplayer DLC as well.

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The Last of Us: Left Behind full opening trailer

Thank you The Escapist for the information provided

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