Naughty Dog isn’t quite done with developing additional DLCs for one of the most popular games of 2013.  Winning over 200 awards The Last Of Us was highly praised by gamers which now anxiously await its launch on PlayStation 4. While the developer had already confirmed that new DLCs will be released for this title no details were given out. It has now confirmed that the downloadable content packs will be multiplayer focused and will “definitely not” include any new chapters for the campaign.

So don’t hold out for they game’s storyline to be extended, that is clearly not happening. Naughty Dog will only be releasing DLCs for The Last Of Us that will improve the title’s multiplayer gaming experience.

For $50 The Last Of Us Remastered will be sold to PlayStation 4 owners who not only receive the game but also all of the available DLCs. The game might cost less on the PS3 but players have to buy DLCs on the previous-generation console. Naughty Dog isn’t going to stop supporting the game on PS3 though. Community strategist Arne Meyer confirms that they have DLC planned which will be released throughout the year.

Still Meyer didn’t exactly reveal any major details about the upcoming DLCs. It is already known that all future DLC packs for The Last Of Us will be available as Cross-Buy purchases, meaning that folks who do upgrade will continue to have access to the same content.

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