No more The Last Of Us single-player DLC after Left Behind

"We don't have any more single-player planned", says Naughty Dog

There will be no more The Last Of Us story DLC following the release of Left Behind, a Naughty Dog staff member has announced.

Recently, Naughty Dog released a full cinematic trailer for Left Behind, posting it on the official PlayStation Blog.


After it was posted, Naughty Dog community strategist Eric Monacelli replied to some gamers' questions in the blog's comments thread.

One player asked if there would be more single-player DLC on the way, to which Monacelli replied: "There's multiplayer DLC up next. We don't have any more single player DLC planned."

Elsewhere in the discussion, Monacelli confirmed that Left Behind would be "a good length" and that new music had been recorded especially for it.

Left Behind is the single-player expansion for The Last of Us, and serves as a prequel to the main campaign following protagonist Ellie before her encounter with Joel. In it, Ellie is reunited with her best friend Riley, who had been missing for over a month.

As well as the trailer, Sony recently published a behind-the-scenes interview about the DLC. It reveals more about Left Behind's focus on exploration and the casting of Riley, who first appeared in The Last of Us: American Dreams comic book series.


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