Uncharted 4 Beta Showcased Around 20 Percent of Multiplayer Content

March 7, 2016 Written by Michael Briers

uncharted4multiplayerscreenshot1

Reflecting on last weekend’s online stress test, Naughty Dog has revealed that content included in the Uncharted 4 beta represents approximately 20 percent of the full multiplayer component. 

Hosting a livestream via Twitch, Programmer Edward Pereira and Game Designer Vinit Agarwal outlined a series of tidbits ahead of the sequel’s arrival (thanks, DualShockers), and already the studio has implemented “a lot more changes” into the most recent build of A Thief’s End than the portion showcased during the stress test. 

  • Naughty Dog initially considered locking a certain class to each character, but then they discarded the idea, letting players play any role they want with any character.
  • In case you were wondering, we got confirmation that Nathan and Elena don’t have any kids at the time of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
  • Naughty Dog hasn’t decided yet what you can unlock for the multiplayer by playing the single player campaign. For now most of the unlocks come from multiplayer.
  • There won’t be a PC version.
  • The content of the stress test represents roughly 20% of what will be included in the multiplayer part of the game, even if it’s hard to give an exact number.
  • There are a lot more changes in the latest build that Naughty Dog has in the office compared to the stress test build.

In light of last week’s postponement, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will now swing onto PlayStation 4 come May 10.

[Source: Twitch via DualShockers]