Despite supporting the game with a slew of post-release DLC that’s expanded upon the game’s multiplayer and single-player offerings, Naughty Dog isn’t done delivering new content to The Last of Us. They have plans to continue supporting the game through 2014, but before you get too excited, all of it will be for the multiplayer. This means we won’t be seeing any more content like the excellent Left Behind expansion.
The news comes from Digital Spy, which had the opportunity to chat with Naughty Dog community strategist Arne Meyer.
“We just wanted to say when we released the Remastered version, we know there’s a lot of DLC out there, and that we weren’t going to stop supporting both the PS3 and PS4 versions,” Meyer said. “We do have some DLC planned; it’ll be multiplayer-focused. We’re not ready to talk about the details yet, but throughout the rest of the year we’ll have some DLC drops.”
The PS4-bound The Last of Us Remastered — due July 29 — will come bundled with Left Behind and most of the multiplayer DLC. Any DLC purchased on the PS3 version of the game will carry over to Remastered, and vice versa.
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