The lights are on
The Last of Us is getting a patch today that will tweak some aspects of the multiplayer, but it will also remove a pair of phone numbers that appear on an in-game bulletin board.
The two phone numbers appeared on a flyer for pest control, and they were both for phone sex hotlines. The Last of Us's creative director Neil Druckmann confirmed to Kotaku that the inclusion of the numbers was a mistake. The patch, which goes live today at 5 PM PST, will remove the numbers.
You can see the full list of changes below, or on Naughty Dog's website:
[Source: Naughty Dog]
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glad their fix the host migration I just got disconected from a match and now almost my entire clan is hungry and sick.
Wonder how many people dialed those phone numbers already. . . hehe. . .
First time I played the MP today and I lost the connection to the host several times. Good job, Naughty Dog.
Dammit. Once I got to the last week I just entered and left games to get my Firefly trophy. Can't do that for hunter trophy now -_-
Never noticed it but I wonder what the numbers were.
I don't have access to Playstation Network, so I won't get the patch, maybe I'll find those numbers one day.