The story of The Last of Us Part II has come to an end and is unlikely to have any expansion. Neil Druckmann, director of the game, confirmed that Naughty Dog has no plans to launch any DLC that could expand the scope of the main script.
The comment came through the recording of a podcast on the channel Kinda Funny Games, which also had the presence of other actors involved in the franchise, such as Troy Baker (Joel) and Ashley Johnson (Ellie). Check out the recording of the material in full:
When asked about a possible expansion that could further enrich the plot of the second title – something similar to Left Behind, from the first The Last of Us -, Druckmann said that it is currently not in Naughty Dog’s plans to release any extra content that involves the story. main.
“With The Last of Us, I think we had something like a season pass or something related to a story DLC,” commented the director. “But, no, we have no plans for DLCs in The Last of Us Part II.”
The recording also commented on a possible multiplayer mode and, although the director did not provide specific details on what to expect, he seemed to suggest that Naughty Dog is producing an online experience.
It is worth noting that the developer had confirmed last year that the game would not have multiplayer, despite the April leaks saying otherwise.
The Last of Us Part II was officially released on the 19th and is available as a PlayStation 4 exclusive. You can also check out our spoiler-free special with everything you need to know before embarking on the second game adventure.