The community strategist for Naughty Dog has confirmed that The Last of Us: Remastered’s planned DLC will not expand on the game’s single-player component.
Chatting with DigitalSpy, Arne Meyer confirmed that the upcoming content drop will be focused on multiplayer-based shenanigans only.
The post-apocalyptic horror outing has seen only one single-player DLC pack to date, namely February’s Left Behind, which expands on Ellie’s story prior to her meeting with Joel.
"We just wanted to say when we released the Remastered version, we know there's a lot of DLC out there, and that we weren't going to stop supporting both the PS3 and PS4 versions," said Meyer.
"We do have some DLC planned, it'll be multiplayer focused. We're not ready to talk about the details yet, but throughout the rest of the year we'll have some DLC drops."
The Last of Us: Remastered is due out in North America on July 29 and in Europe on August 1. The game features revamped visuals running at 1080p/60fps, as well as including two multiplayer packs and Left Behind.
Check out the latest screens here.
Stay tuned to PSU for our full review early next month.