But DLC is just so fun.....
I'm sure none of us are saying that DLC isn't fun; we're stating that we'd rather have a DLC related to the Multiplayer and not the Single Player. I'm sure a SP DLC would be a fun expansion, but since MP is what most people will be playing once we beat the SP, a MP DLC would have a wider audience and would last longer than a Single Player expansion.
"Never say never, but it's highly unlikely we'll do single player DLC for our games. It's no joke when we say that every time we think about it, the brainstorm and ideas start turning pushing it towards a complete game, not DLC."
-from the mouth of Arne Meyer, NDi Com. Strategist
This makes it likely that TLoU won't see anything substantial in terms of SP DLC like RDR Undead Nightmare, so why bother?
If it would be DLC just like how Rockstar handles DLC then I would definitely say yes. You know, completely new stories with a bunch of new features. But if it's just side things like how EA handles DLC, then heck no. Haha.
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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Tomb Raider, God of War: Ascension, Grand Theft Auto V, and The Last of Us.
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Hell yes!!! I mean come on it makes a lot of sense; The Last Of Us is a single-player focused game, therefore it should...actually... MUST be supported by single-player DLCs. Unfortunately Naughty Dog doesn't like making single-player DLCs. Hence Uncharted; They could easily make a single-player adventure DLC for Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception where you're in control of Sully at his young ages, but they didn't.