The Last Of Us Part 2 Might Have Had A DLC In Development, But It’s Set Aside For Now

Don’t expect Lev’s adventures any time soon.

DLC for the Last of Us Part 2 was supposed to be in development at one point, but has now been shelved according to Jason Schreier.

Schreier spoke about the DLC on the MinnMax Show when discussing the Last of Us remake which is currently in development. In the video, he says that at one point, Naughty Dog was “thinking about DLC, but I don’t think it happened.”

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While it looks like the DLC isn’t happening anytime soon, Schreier later says in the video that they “can still do something.” Schreier’s comments throughout the video make it seem like the DLC was only ever in the early stages and never progressed far enough to be undone, rather than just moved.

With the number of projects Naughty Dog is reportedly working on right now, it’s not all that surprising that they are putting something aside they weren’t sure about. Naughty Dog has already stated that he had no plans for a DLC when the game was initially launched.

Schreier also discussed some of the other plans for Naughty Dog The Last of Us, including a multiplayer expansion and the recently reported remake of the first game. A multiplayer expansion for the second game has been confirmed and leaked several times, and Schreier believes it to be. ‘it’s still in the works, but it wouldn’t need a whole team of people.

Regarding the remake of The Last of Us, Schreier says it arrived as the studio waits to move on to their next big project, “it’s something people have to do for next year or so for about. that other things are in-production “. He went on to say that it gives them an experience with the PS5, which many of them would not have worked on at this point.

Sony has had a pretty hectic month of reporting on its behind-the-scenes plans. A pitch for Days Gone 2 was reportedly rejected, with Sony Bend being briefly put on an Uncharted spin-off.

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