PS4's The Last of Us Left Behind Discounted by 50 Percent
Sony offers a nice discount on the critically acclaimed game's single-player expansion.
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For the first time since its release in May, Sony is discounting the price of the standalone version of The Last of Us: Left Behind. You can buy the game today for $5, a healthy 50 percent markdown from its normal price. This price applies to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions.
There is no word on how long the deal will last, so if you're interested, you may want to act quickly. What's more, you don't need a PlayStation Plus membership to enjoy the savings.
Head to the PlayStation Store website here to queue up your download.
Left Behind is a prequel to The Last of Us that follows Ellie and her friend Riley. They sneak out of their boarding school and journey through an abandoned, post-apocalyptic mall.
"Left Behind is an excellent addition that gives further insight into the chilling world of The Last of Us and its most interesting character," reviewer Tom McShea wrote in his review.
Left Behind represents the first single-player DLC developer Naughty Dog has ever created. For more, read our Left Behind review here.
In addition, Sony has announced that the Abandoned Territories Map Pack, the Reclaimed Territories Map Pack, and the Double Map Pack are now available for the PS3 edition of The Last of Us for free. These map packs were included with the PS4 version of The Last of Us when it launched last summer.
In other news about The Last of Us, the game's key designers recently recalled how they thought the post-apocalyptic game was going to fail and destroy the image of Naughty Dog.
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