Fresh The Last of Us Remastered details have emerged from a Naughty Dog presentation attended by Spanish media.
The images below, of presentation slides reportedly shown at the event, were tweeted by MeriStation journalist Javi Andres.
As previously confirmed, the PS4 game will ship with the Abandoned Territories and Reclaimed Territories multiplayer DLC, as well as the Left Behind expansion.
More interestingly, one slide states that "additional add-on releases" are planned for 2014, while "all add-on content is 'cross-buy' between PS3 and PS4".
While by default the game runs at 1080p and 60ps, it was also revealed that players will be able to "lock frame rate at 30 frames per second".
Naughty Dog also apparently confirmed that 2013's PS3 original The Last of Us has now surpassed seven million sales worldwide, with 200,000 copies moved in Spain and Portugal.
The first The Last of Us Remastered screenshots emerged last week, while a new TV trailer for the game can be found below.
Sony announced a The Last of Us Remastered release date of July 29 at E3 in June.