Naughty Dog is finally dropping the first piece of downloadable content (DLC) for its fantastic hit The Last of Us tomorrow. The multiplayer map pack, Abandoned Territories will include four levels from areas in The Last of Us' single-player game.

The DLC will include Suburbs, an urban area similar to the game's sniper section. A Bus Depot in Salt Lake City, which is inhabited by wild giraffes. A Hometown map built around where the game starts off in Joel's neighborhood in Texas and lastly a Bookstore, which is a redone version of the game’s cramped section spread over two levels.

Unfortunately this is just a multiplayer pack, so all of us waiting on more story content are going to have to wait a little longer. Naughty Dog has a new story-based section due out in December or January, which it is describing as "an ambitious story with strong times into the narrative." We can’t wait.

Grab Abandoned Territories in the PlayStation Store starting tomorrow.

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[Via Eurogamer]