If you made big plans this year for Valentine's Day, like getting dressed up as Predator and proposing to your lucky other or sitting on the couch committing carbicide with a super-sized box of milk duds and some Red Bull, your plans are hereby canceled.

Developer Naughty Dog has confirmed that Left Behind, the story-driven downloadable content (DLC) for The Last of Us will drop on February 14 – Valentines Day – for $14.99.

As if anyone needs more emotional turmoil on Valentines Day now fans will be following the ill-fated adventures of Ellie and her friend Riley. Riley, of course, isn't featured in The Last of Us and with a title like Left Behind players can assume something super-happy happens in the end! Irony aside, get ready to cry yourself into a chocolate smudged pile as friendships are ripped apart by the post-apocalyptic future – just like last year's Valentine's Day.

Actress Ashley Johnson, the voice of Ellie, describes this new story as a change in tone from the main game. “You’ll definitely see a more playful side to Ellie and get to know her a bit better,” Johnson said. “It’s kind of like a post-pandemic version of two teenage girls hanging out,” she said. “There’s a bit of everything in there. You’re really getting a new sense of the environment. You’ll engage in combat that seems familiar from the original campaign, but there are some new touches and nuances, too.”

Just two girls having a great time in a mall. I'm sure nothing with go wrong. The Last of Us: Left Behind drops on Valentine's Day, February 14, for $14.99 exclusively on PlayStation 3.

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[Via Gamespot]