The Last of Us has reached its four month anniversary. To celebrate we’re working with We Love Fine to hold a fan art design contest for The Last of Us. If you’ve survived Joel and Ellie’s journey, you likely have some compelling ideas about certain aspects of the game you’d like to see in the real world. We want to see those ideas! Enter into the design contest and your design could be featured on future The Last of Us merchandise.
Editor’s Note: We’ll be livestreaming the new DLC for The Last of Us today at 4PM Pacific on Twitch.tv — tune in!
Our first set of The Last of Us DLC launches with today’s PlayStation Store update. Want to see it in action now?
We’ve been hard at work making the DLC content for The Last of Us – and I know that all our Season Pass holders are eagerly waiting for any updates or news. Today, we’re revealing the first of three Season Pass DLC drops: the Abandoned Territories Map Pack.
So today is September 26th, 2013. That’s a special date for us. It’s the day the Cordyceps outbreak hit critical mass in the world of The Last of Us. We at Naughty Dog are celebrating by sharing some crazy tweets in regards to the outbreak.
The amount of work and artistry that went into the concept art behind The Last of Us is remarkable. We wanted to celebrate the hard work our concept art team puts into their pieces, and our last episode in The Last of Us Development Series does just that. If you haven’t beaten the campaign yet, hold off on watching the video, as it has some spoilers. Enjoy.
The Last of Us multiplayer gets some serious updates today with the deployment of patch 1.03. The patch is rolling out across all regions, issuing several multiplayer fixes. In addition, a brand new game mode is being added to the suite, called Interrogation. For more details on Interrogation mode, and the additional fixes deployed in patch 1.03, read on.
With Sid and Justin jetsetting to Germany, and our live PAX show looming, we pull out one last normal(ish) show for a while. All the new releases for 08/20 (Divekick!), a buncha voicemails, and The Last of Us Spoilercast Part 2 at the end. Enjoy.
Naughty Dog’s David Ballard was kind enough to come to IGN’s San Francisco headquarters to record a series of videos with me, one for each map in the multiplayer suite. As an integral part of the creation of The Last of Us’ multiplayer, Ballard has all sorts of insight into the creation of each map. He points out easter eggs, hidden areas, and more.