Uncharted 4’s Multiplayer Goes All Supernatural

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Video: Here’s your first glimpse at the multiplayer portion of next year’s Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, which will hold a beta in December. This time around, they seem to be invoking the series’ mystic elements to spice up fights with other players.

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  • The Last of Us had some excellent multiplayer than was criminally under appreciated. I hope this can be just as great.

  • I don’t really like this supernatural theme they have. I hope they don’t add it into the Story as well! Because now this game is starting to feel less like Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and more like Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

    • Not sure where this is coming from, the game has had a supernatural theme the whole way through the series, it’s very minor but it’s most definitely there.

      • People mutating from Eldorado mummy dust, flammable liquid that is also said to make you immortal, the worlds strongest hallucinogen hidden in an underground city.

        Man they were SUPER light on the fantasy themes.

        • I wouldn’t go as far to say that the supernatural themes were a major part of the plot at all though, while we know they’re there it’s usually not out until the last 3/4 of the game when you start seeing things etc.

  • Interesting note – the multiplayer will be running at 900p, and the campaign at 30fps as the ps4 is unable to maintain 60fps @ 1080p on this game. It’s one or the other – So for all the Sony fanboys making fun at the xbone scaling down – they are both underpowered lol.
    I personally hate it when the multiplayer plays differently to the single its off putting.

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