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The Last of Us Grounded DLC Announced

Posted on Wednesday, April 16 @ 14:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn
Naughty Dog has announced a fresh wave of downloadable content for The Last of Us. It's called the "Grounded Bundle," and serves up a wealth of content for fans still invested in this post-apocalyptic adventure. 

The single-player portion of the game is getting a new difficulty mode, appropriately titled Grounded, which makes things a bit more challenging for those brave enough to face it. The mode can be purchased separately for $4.99, but is also free for those with the Season Pass.

Four new maps are being thrown into the mix for multiplayer fans as well. Again, those with the Season Pass will get them free of charge, but those who want the bundle separately will have to shell out $9.99. In addition to the new maps, MP fans will be able to pick up a new weapons bundle as well as two new skill bundles, which are priced at $5.99 and $3.99 each, respectively.

Will you be picking up the "Grounded Bundle" or are you holding out for the PlayStation 4 version? Something tells me the remastered version will have all of this content included.
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