The Last of Us Part 2 Story DLC Rumoured, Alongside Multiplayer and Battle Royale Modes

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The Last of Us Part 2 has scooped up dozens of awards since launching in 2020, but its story may not be over just yet.

While it's still potentially coming to PlayStation 5, it appears that a new chunk of single-player content could be coming for Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic epic.


Before reading on, there are some spoilers for The Last Of Us Part 2, so be sure to turn back if you haven't finished it yet.

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The Last of Us Part 2 DLC Rumoured

As reported by GameByte, a 4Chan leaker (hardly the most reputable of sources, admittedly) has suggested that single-player DLC focusing on the game's 'secret' protagonist Abby could be in the works.


Allegedly, the DLC will be comprised of a new chapter focused on Abby, the multiplayer mode that has been rumoured for some time, and even a Battle Royale set before the game's final chapter.

Dubbed "Dark Sides", it certainly sounds ambitious, if a little far-fetched, to consider Naughty Dog would be working on all three of those concepts at once, presumably while still working on a new IP. It's apparently out in the current financial year, too.

In fact, that new IP is also mentioned as being called "Stray's Cross", a PS5 game that'll be compatible with PSVR2. Whether that's true or not remains to be seen.

Finally, the 4Chan post also suggests that Uncharted: Chronicle Edition is coming to PC and PS5, which will include not only all four mainline games, but Vita-exclusive Golden Abyss, too. Lost Legacy isn't mentioned, but with a supposed release date of 2021, this could lend some veracity to the other leaks if it's true.


Still, a fistful of salt for this one.