The Last of Us Dated, New Trailer, & Pre-order Details Revealed


Excited for Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us. Then again, who the hell isn’t? Well, prepare to get more pumped with this overload of information!

For starters, The Last of Us was shown even more in a new trailer that first premiered during the Spike Video Game Awards. However, if you missed that trailer, you can check it out down below! The trailer also revealed the release date for the PlayStation 3’s biggest exclusive next year – May 7, 2013. Providing a whopping amount of story and character details, the trailer was surely the highlight for PlayStation fans last night.

That isn’t all though! Sony took it upon themselves today to reveal the box art for their upcoming blockbuster, as well as some neat pre-order incentives. Fans who reserve the game at any retailer will receive the Sights and Sounds Pack. This includes:

  • The official soundtrack of the game (if you saw the VGA’s, you want this already)
  • A PS3 dynamic theme featuring the cover art
  • Two avatars for your PSN profile – Winter Joel and Winter Ellie

If that makes you want to run over to your nearest Best Buy or Walmart, you might want to reconsider and head on over to your nearest GameStop instead. On top of the Sights and Sounds Pack, fans who pre-order at GameStop earn the Survival Pack. This DLC package includes:

  • Bonus experience points for multiplayer
  • A multiplayer melee attack booster
  • Some extra in-game cash
  • Special customizable character items for multiplayer
  • Two special bonus skins for Joel and Ellie which will be unlocked after your complete the single player campaign

Yup, you read that right. Multiplayer. Even more interesting is the fact that the multiplayer sounds more competitive than cooperative. Naughty Dog hasn’t revealed any hard details on the multiplayer just yet, but they did state that more information will come before the game’s release this coming May. It should be interesting to see how this turns out, despite the fact that multiplayer does seem pretty unnecessary for a title like this. For all things Last of Us and PlayStation, keep it locked to iGo Gaming. 


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