The Last of Us has exceeded seven million sales on PlayStation 3, ahead of the game's remastered release on PlayStation 4 this month, Naughty Dog's Arne Meyer said in a presentation attended by IGN.
Meyer also revealed that new multiplayer DLC is on the way, with at least one new map pack on the way. The add-on will have Cross-Buy support, so those who own both the PS3 and PS4 versions of the game will only need to buy it once.
Unfortunately, Naughty Dog confirmed that no more singleplayer DLC is being worked on at the moment, despite the success of Left Behind, which came out earlier this year.
Meyer also revealed that The Last of Us: Remastered would allow players to lock the framerate at 30 FPS for added stability, but advised against doing so, and said that all previously-purchased paid DLC, like skins, would not need to be bought again. Finally, he announced that there would be day one DLC in the form of a screenshot tool similar to that seen in Infamous: Second Son.
The Last of Us: Remastered comes out on July 29. As of today, it's available for digital pre-order from PlayStation Network for $79.95 - noticeably cheaper than the price of the physical release, which is $98 at JB Hi-Fi and $99.99 at EB Games and Mighty Ape.