Update: Naughty Dog has confirmed that Left Behind will indeed launch on February 14 at a price of $14.99.
Original story: Shoppers have glimpsed a release date for The Last of Us single-player DLC campaign Left Behind.
An image captured on NeoGAF of the US PlayStation Store shows a Left Behind release date of February 14. That's a Friday, which is an uncommon release date. It's also Valentine's Day.
Left Behind, which Sony recently showed off in a new trailer, is a prequel to the main game that revolves around Ellie and her friend Riley. Seeing as Riley is not seen in The Last of Us, combined with the general tone of the post-apocalyptic title, and it's probably safe bet to assume that something terrible happens to her.
Voice actress Ashley Johnson describes Left Behind as a "post-pandemic version of two teenage girls hanging out."
The listing also shows a $14.99 price tag for the DLC, which will also include a bonus comic and PlayStation 3 dynamic theme.
GameSpot has asked Sony whether it can confirm this release date and price.
The Last of Us recently walked away with GameSpot's 2013 Players Choice award, trouncing the competition with 27 percent of the total vote.