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.
Dark Horse Comics has officially released the paperback version of “The Last of Us: American Dreams.” The graphic novel is set a short time before the events of the popular video game, The Last of Us created by Naughty Dog about a fungi-infected world. The companion graphic novel was co-written by Faith Erin Hicks and Neil Druckmann, while Hicks also provides the artwork for the comic.
“The Last of Us: American Dreams: follows Ellie and her best friend, a girl named Riley. Although Riley never appears in the game, the two girls’ friendship provides important context for Ellie’s behavior.
If you want to take a sneak peek, you can read the first six pages of the comic on the Dark Horse website.
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
Naughty Dog, creators of the game that most recently made me cry known as “The Last of Us,” recently released an image from an alternate ending of the game. The image was released via Twitter when creative director Neil Druckmann posted the image stating, “See how it originally ended.”
Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! Continue reading Naughty Dog Reveals The Last of Us Alternate Ending Image (That Might Make You Kind of Sad)
The Last of Us is the first game I have ever actively sought out to play despite not owning the system it was released on. As someone who typically sticks to the Xbox 360, seeing this as a PS3 exclusive meant there was a very real possibility I wouldn’t play it till it was way spoiled for me. I couldn’t let that happen, so I borrowed my friend’s PS3 with their copy of the game and did nothing else during my free time for a week. And honestly? It was incredibly worth it. Naughty Dog, the game’s developer, is doing something right with this game from the storyline, the game mechanics, and the depth of detail that makes it a fucking masterpiece of gaming. Continue reading 3 Reasons “The Last of Us” Could Be Game of the Year – Review
So I JUST finished The Last of Us this past Sunday and then promptly sobbed uncontrollably dripping tears into my red velvet pop-tarts (yes, they make these!). If you haven’t tried this game yet, you are severely missing out and not having a PS3 is no excuse. The PS3 exclusive title was so enticing, I borrowed a console and a copy of the game just play it. Most of the world seems to agree as Sony Computer Entertainment announced that the global sales for the game have officially exceeded 3.4 million units. This figure includes both Blu-ray disc sell-in number and download version as of July 3rd. Continue reading The Last Of Us Sales Exceed 3.4 Million Units Worldwide