Naugthy Dog has officially announced the first and only single player DLC for their hit game, “The Last of Us.” The DLC will be called “Left Behind.” Naughty Dog has also announced the release of the first Abandoned Territories map pack and details for its upcoming multiplayer bundles.
The new DLC bundles will all be free as soon as the PS Store updates next for season pass holders. If you don’t have a season pass, the full list of release dates and their respective prices is detailed below:
Government Issue Bundle –– Releases November 19 for $8.99.
Rally Bundle –– Releases December 3 for $8.99.
Bygones Bundle –– Releases December 17 for $8.99.
Each individual head included in the separate bundles can be purchased on its own, though prices may vary, according to the PlayStation Blog. Additionally, each bundle comes with its own exclusive head, such as the Nightmare Mask, Flaming Motorcycle Helmet, Rooster Hat or Battle Mask.
As for the story DLC, Left Behind, Naughty Dog has yet to reveal an official release date, but has said that it will release sometime in early 2014.
The first five minutes of “BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode One” has come online. The DLC release will return you to Rapture in a story that finds Booker and Elizabeth on the eve of the underwater city’s fall from grace. Get a taste of Rapture in its full glory, almost entirely built from scratch in the “BioShock Infinite” engine.
“Burial at Sea” will be available for $15.00 on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC and is also included as part of the “BioShock Infinite Season Pass.” Game creator, Ken Levine, has stated the DLC will be released before the holiday season this year.
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Bioshock Infinite” players will be able to leave Columbia behind and return to Rapture this holiday season with the release of the “Burial at Sea: Episode 1” DLC. Studio head of Irrational Games, Ken Levine confirmed that episode 1 will be available before the holiday. Continue reading BioShock’s “Burial At Sea” DLC To Release This Holiday Season
After beating “The Last of Us” (and then watching my boyfriend beat it) I found myself missing the beautifully rendered post-apocalyptic world. So, I wait (kind of) patiently for the DLC to be released. The first DLC announced was a multiplayer map pack called Abandoned Territories. The maps will include locales named Suburbs, which is plagued by random dust storms; Bus Depot, reported to include features like wild giraffes; Hometown, a moonlit environment geared towards stealth; and Bookstore, a two-story level, which adds “a highly unusual dose of vertical gameplay”. Continue reading Multiplayer Last of Us DLC Out October 15th, Single Player DLC in Dec/Jan
A recent post on the Rockstar Support page revealed that the post-launch DLC for “Grand Theft Auto V” will be region-locked. According to the post, the company advises fans against buying discs from other regions as it could result in issues when the pre-order bonuses or DLC are released. Continue reading Grand Theft Auto V DLC to be Region-Locked
“Halo 4” will get three new DLC packs on August 20th. Each of the DLC packs will be available separately or in a bulk collection known as the “Champions Bundle.” According to the official announcement, the bundle purchase comes with an added bonus by way of the addition of 18 in-game items “only available for a limited time exclusively through the bundle.” Continue reading “Champions Bundle” DLC Announced For Halo 4