The Last of Us: Left Behind single player DLC revealed
Last night, Naughty Dog made a big splash at the PlayStation 4 All Access event by revealing a new Uncharted for the PS4. That doesn't mean they are forgetting about their previous hit, The Last of Us, on PS3.
Also revealed last night was The Last of Us' new single-player DLC campaign, Left Behind. The downloadable content serves as a prequel to the events in the main campaign of The Last of Us, taking place when Ellie is attending a military boarding school in the Boston quarantine zone. With Joel not yet introduced, you play as Ellie, joined by new character Riley (Yaani King), as the two journey through a series of events "that will forever change both of their lives."
If you're interested in learning more about the upcoming DLC, go on and read the Dark Horse comic series, The Last of Us: American Dreams. It will show you how Ellie and Riley first become friends, and giving you more insight into Ellie's story in The Last of Us.
The Last of Us: Left Behind is set to release in early 2014. You will be sold for $14.99 on the PlayStation Store starting November 19; it's also included in the Season Pass if you already own that.