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The Last of Us has officially sold 6 million copies, Naughty Dog confirmed today.

The apocalyptic survival-thriller officially broke 6 million copies sold worldwide and its recently released story DLC, Left Behind, was the highest rated PS3 DLC ever.

Community Strategist, Eric Monacelli, confirmed the news via the PlayStation Blog, writing: “We just wrapped up The Last of Us: Left Behind to universal critical acclaim. It currently has a score of 89 on Metacritic making it the highest rated PS3 downloadable content ever.

“We’re now heading to [Game Developers Conference] to talk about some of the techniques and process that went into making The Last of Us, which has now hit over six million copies sold worldwide, as well as what made Left Behind, our first ever downloadable, single player story chapter, so unique.”

On Wednesday, The Last of Us won 5 BAFTA Video Game Awards for Best Story, Best Performance, Best Action-Adventure Game, Best Audio Achievement and Best Game.

Talk of a sequel have been surfacing over the last few months with Neil Druckmann revealing talks about a sequel have already begun and would have a 50/50 chance of happening.