The Last of Us
looks to be getting just the one addition to its campaign, after Naughty Dog said it has no plans for further single-player DLC. We knew Left Behind
was the only single-player addition
of the three in the season pass, the first being the Abandoned Territories pack released in October
, and the third previously confirmed as multiplayer too.
"There's multiplayer DLC up next," Naughty Dog Community Strategist Eric Monacelli said on the PlayStation Blog
, "We don't have any more single player DLC planned."
So, beyond the season pass, it seems The Last of Us'
gritty adventure is at an end - until a sequel comes along, right? Still, it's a shame to say goodbye to Naughty Dog's emotional story, one that pushed The Last of Us
to the uber-honor of Joystiq Game of the Year 2013
Left Behind hopes to provide a loving send-off when it hits on Valentine's Day
next month. The prequel delves into Ellie's past, showing her in a more playful light
that actress Ashley Johnson described as "like a post-pandemic version of two teenage girls hanging out."
According to the PS Store
Left Behind is $15, but for just $5 more you can get the season pass that also covers Abandoned Territories and the next multiplayer DLC.