Left Behind Aims To Make Your Valentine’s Day A Little Bit Better
Valentine’s Day is a bit of a hit and miss with a lot of people. Those with a significant other seem to think the holiday is great, while those without often fail to see why is such a big deal. Naughty Dog thinks this is wrong, and wants everyone to enjoy Valentine’s Day, regardless of your Facebook relationship status.
That’s why the first (and probably only) bit of story DLC for The Last of Us will release on February 14th.
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The news first broke late last night, when Left Behind was spotted on PSN. The uncharacteristic Friday release date confused a lot of people, and seemed to suggest that the listing was either a fake or a bug in the system. Fortunately, Naughty Dog took to Twitter to confirm the date, and quick off a countdown to one of the most anticipated pieces of story DLC in a long time.
Yes, it's true! The Last of Us: Left Behind releases Valentine's Day, Feb 14, 2014 More info: http://t.co/pK3zPBzz6C
— Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) January 15, 2014
Left Behind will star Ellie, Joel’s companion in the main title, as you explore her early life during the devastating infection that spread across the United States. Players will be introduced to Ellie’s best friend Riley, who is curiously absent from the main story in The Last of Us. Expect tears.
Also, check out Cavie’s piece about story DLC and why it sometimes isn’t beneficial to players.