The Last of Us sales have passed the 7 million mark, studio Naughty Dog announced today ahead of its remastered release on the PlayStation 4.
Naughty Dog's Arne Meyer revealed the new figure in a recent press event, which IGN
had attended. Meyer also revealed that new multiplayer DLC will be making its way out for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions, and will be available as a cross-buy option between Sony consoles.
"At least one new multiplayer map pack is being worked on", writes IGN, though Meyer did hint that more could be coming later down the track. The developer declined to comment on whether single-player DLC like Left Behind is being worked on.
In other Last of Us news, the event revealed that the remastered PlayStation 4 version will be launching at 1080p 60FPS with a 30 FPS option available to users, alongside a day one patch that will introduce the favoured "Photo Mode" that inFamous: Second Son currently has. Any paid in-game content from the PlayStation 3 version will also be cross-buy, Meyer confirmed.