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.
The Last of Us Part 2 DLC Rumoured
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.