Uncharted 2 Quitters to Get the Naughty Dog Steelfist
When the addition of multiplayer to the Uncharted series was originally announced, many consumers expressed disinterest. Since then, both global betas and the full-version of the game have proven that the Naughty Dog team excel at delivering high-quality even in the face of adversity. However, not all is perfect as Uncharted 2: Among Thieves has suffered some multiplayer issues including some minor networking hiccups as well the prevalence of players quitting during matches. Thankfully, Naughty Dog is up to the challenge of correcting these issues in the near future.
In a recent interview with Amy Hennig and Neil Druckmann from Naughty Dog, both briefly explained that they are looking to not only continue to add to the game, but correct issues as well. Neil Druckmann stated that by the end of the year they plan to tweak gameplay. On the other hand, Amy Hennig mentioned that player quitting has been an issue and Naughty Dog plans to punish players who quit in the near future. While both were mentioned very vaguely, the mere mention is a great sign for the tens of thousands who have been enjoying the Uncharted 2: Among Thieves multiplayer.
These few changes in addition to the recently announced free DLC means that the Uncharted 2 community has a lot to look forward to.