The Last of Us' first single-player DLC may arrive sooner than you think. According to listings on the PlayStation Store, the add-on content titled Left Behind is set to come out on February 14, also known as Valentine's Day.
This could of course just be a placeholder, though seeing as how the Sony Entertainment Network also suggests a February 14 release (originally indicating March 31), this notion is seemingly unlikely; however, neither Sony nor Naughty Dog have yet to confirm the official date.
On Monday, IGN revealed an exclusive new short video for Left Behind which shows a younger version of Ellie talking with her best friend Riley, who she clearly has not seen in a long time. The trailer is attached to this article, take a gander.
Additionally, in an interview with Sony's Fred Dutton this week, Ashley Johnson (Ellie) talked about reprising her role in this prequel DLC.
"You kind of get to meet the real [Ellie]. She’s in the quarantine zone prior to the events of The Last of Us — it’s her and her best friend Riley — what they do and how they live their lives in this world," she said. "You’ll definitely see a more playful side to Ellie and get to know her a bit better. You’re going to see a lot of different sides to the character that you definitely didn’t see in The Last of Us. I’m excited for people to experience it!"
She also says the DLC will be a bit more "fun" and "playful," and mentions the two teenage girls going through a mall. You can read the full interview on the PlayStation blog.
Left Behind costs $14.99 — free for season pass holders — and is available now to pre-order on the PlayStation Store, pre-order bonuses include an Ellie dynamic theme and digital download code for the first issue of The Last of Us: American Dreams by Dark Horse Comics.
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