Naughty Dog Lays Out The Last of Us Season Pass DLC Schedule

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If you bought a season pass for The Last of Us and are wondering where all the downloadable content is, you can wonder no more. Today, Naughty Dog has outlined the timetable for the releases of all content contained within the season pass.

The first of three main add-ons will be the Abandoned Territories Map Pack, to be released on October 15th. This pack will offer four additional maps for multiplayer, including Suburbs, Bus Depot, Hometown and Bookstore.

Of course for a lot of players the main event will be the second DLC, a story-driven single player expansion that will introduce a new character and tie directly into the existing narrative. This currently mysterious add-on is expected to launch in December or January.

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Afterwards, somewhere during the first half of 2014, a third pack will be released, once again focusing on multiplayer. Naughty Dog hasn’t even locked in what this content will be yet though.

Throughout the remainder of the year, beginning with the Abandoned Territories DLC drop, Naughty Dog will also be releasing bonus content for season pass holders in the form of more than 60 new head items, like a Nightmare Mask and a Pigskin Hat, for customizing multiplayer avatars.

If you’re a season pass owner already, you’re all set to access this content as it is released. If you don’t own a season pass yet, you can buy one from the PlayStation Store for $19.99. If you don’t already own The Last of Us, you need to go play it now.

The Last of Us: Future DLC Plans [PlayStation.Blog]

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