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Naughty Dog today released two new videos for The Last of Us: Left Behind, one featuring the game designers and voice talent discussing the DLC and one featuring the first few minutes of the game’s opening cinematic.

“With Left Behind, we wanted to make a single-player DLC that was as fully crafted as our main campaign,” lead game designer Jacob Minkoff says in the first video (embedded below). There’s a great deal that we’ve done with the DLC that exceeds the level of—let’s say narrative density—that we had in the main campaign.”

The second video (also below) shows the first two minutes of the DLC’s opening cinematic. It’s nothing particularly interesting, narratively speaking, but—as always—spoiler warnings are warranted. I realize that some of you might want your Left Behind experience completely new.

The Last of Us: Left Behind launches on PSN February 14 free to season pass holders, $14.99 otherwise.

The Last of Us: Left Behind devs discuss setting and gameplay in new video

By | 01/22/2014 02:06 PM PT

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Naughty Dog today released two new videos for The Last of Us: Left Behind, one featuring the game designers and voice talent discussing the DLC and one featuring the first few minutes of the game’s opening cinematic.

“With Left Behind, we wanted to make a single-player DLC that was as fully crafted as our main campaign,” lead game designer Jacob Minkoff says in the first video (embedded below). There’s a great deal that we’ve done with the DLC that exceeds the level of—let’s say narrative density—that we had in the main campaign.”

The second video (also below) shows the first two minutes of the DLC’s opening cinematic. It’s nothing particularly interesting, narratively speaking, but—as always—spoiler warnings are warranted. I realize that some of you might want your Left Behind experience completely new.

The Last of Us: Left Behind launches on PSN February 14 free to season pass holders, $14.99 otherwise.

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