Uncharted 4 Multiplayer DLC Roadmap Revealed

Uncharted 4 Multiplayer DLC Roadmap Revealed

Uncharted 4 Multiplayer DLC Roadmap Revealed

Uncharted 4's first post-launch multiplayer DLC pack will be released in Summer 2016. This loot can reward players with Mystical Orbs that players can use to buy in-game items. All players will also have the same access to in-game store items at the same time.

One misstep, though, and you may find yourself falling off a platform into the dark depths of whatever pit you're standing above in the beginning of the level.

This is something we can accept, considering A Thief's End is the last Nathan Drake's adventure, so a conclusive piece in its story arc. It is Naughty Dog's love letter to fans and sets the bar by which all future current-gen games will be judged. Uncharted is the brand's flagship franchise and this game needs to deliver. The focus here is on siblings and, like all Uncharted games, not being able to escape one's past.

Humanity and everything it comprises - flaws, faults and complex relationships - is at the core of Uncharted 4.

While Uncharted 4 is still, at its core, a globe-hopping treasure hunt, the aim is to ground it with the characters.

Pixel counters in the crowd will not be happy about this but in order to hit the magical 60fps mark in multiplayer - which allows for smoother gameplay - Uncharted 4's multiplayer will run at a resolution 1600x900 pixels. I want to say this is the future of gaming, but it may be too high a bar to set.

GameSpot, on the other hand, reports that Xbox big guy Spencer congratulated Naughty Dog as well as Shuhei Yoshida of PlayStation on the "amazing work" they have done on "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" as a whole. MoviePlot added that the game was also mentioned on a live stream for "Unchartered: The Nathan Drake Collection".

"It is surprising that they would end the franchise, especially when there is so much affinity for the lead character", TechSavvy Global Steinberg said. When things go south, they really go south.

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