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The Last of Us' Season Pass Searches Out Single Player Content

Posted by Sammy Barker

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The Last of Us’ mysterious multiplayer mode will not be the only area explored in the game’s season pass, as developer Naughty Dog has confirmed that there’s new single player content on the way. “The journey and cast of characters in The Last of Us lends itself to thorough narrative exploration, and we’ve got more of the story to tell,” said community manager Eric Monacelli on the PlayStation Blog.

Stumping up for the $19.99/€19.99 subscription will also net you multiplayer bonuses in the form of additional maps and more. We’re set to learn more about the component imminently, but Monacelli explains that it maintains the same “themes, tone, and tension” from the single player campaign. Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it?

Finally, those that purchase the season pass will score some day one extras. These include improved crafting speed, healing speed, and more, as well as a 90 minute behind-the-scenes documentary detailing the development of the game. Will you be purchasing this? As always, let us know in the comments section below.

[via blog.eu.playstation.com, blog.us.playstation.com]

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User Comments (8)

Epic

#1

Epic said:

Nop I this Single Pleyer DLC tend to make the games extremely easy.
The only things that may interest me on this game DLC might be the extras story sections.

Splat

#2

Splat said:

Yes! Mainly for the more story and saving money on additional maps.

Gemuarto

#3

Gemuarto said:

I hate guy who invented DLCs.It's like you bought a movie and need to buy another short movie to understand what happend in the first. The best example of DLCs are Festival of Blood and Blood Dragon. because they don't spoil the main games, and you can play them standalone.

Gamer83

#4

Gamer83 said:

Naghty Dog hasn't done single player DLC before but it has earned the benefit ilof the doubt that it can do this right. I thought Capcom did a good job with the RE 5 dlc, neither was essential but both were fun to play and added a little to the story. If Capcom can get it right there's no doubt ND can.

irken004

#6

irken004 said:

Guess I'll grab this and the full game from PSN (to try out the play-while-half-downloaded feature) instead of the premium edition.

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