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Left Behind to Be Only Single-Player DLC For The Last Of Us
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 01.24.2014



If you're a fan of single-player DLC than enjoy The Last of Us' Left Behind pack as much as you can, since it will be the only such DLC for the game. Naughty Dog announced while unveiling the launch trailer for the game that the story DLC, which is a prequel to the main campaign, will cap the single-player experience.

While answering questions, Naughty Dog's Eric Monacelli said, "There's multiplayer DLC up next. We don't have any more single player DLC planned."

Left Behind will be released on February 14th.


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