Naughty Dog Hinting at Multiplayer Playable Build for Uncharted 4

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Naughty Dog is hinting that they already got a playable build for a multiplayer mode of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. More information regarding the multiplayer aspect will surely be revealed at E3 2015 later this month, and likely we will also see some brand new gameplay for the highly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive.

Lead game designer Robert Cogburn tweeted:

“Epic match between MP team and QA MP team today. Of course, the MP team won.”

Earlier this month Cogburn tweeted about the multiplayer mode:

“getting so awesome”

We have recently mentioned that Naughty Dog is all hands on deck in preparation for E3, and during a livestream to support Supply Drop 2015 the studio’s QA lead Trevor Stevens talked about the testing being done on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

Stevens explains that there are about forty internal testers working on the game and the studio is still hiring, with a goal of about sixty testers. He states that there are times when the team is having “amazing amounts of fun,” and other times in which it’s really frustrating.


Many fans are looking forward to see what Naughty Dog has in store for us at E3. Following the disappointing announcement of the delay of Uncharted 4, PlayStation 4 owners have lost one of the most exciting and biggest exclusives of the year, and E3 2015 will show us what the extra development time can do for our beloved franchise.

Sony has recently announced the time and date for its E3 2015 Press Conference, which will be held at 6:30 PM PDT on Monday, June 15. The event itself will take place at the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles.

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Sony Computer Entertainment CEO, Andrew House, during his presentation for the Electronics Investor Relations Day 2015, he shared his expectations for E3 2015.

“I think that E3 this year will be an exciting show. I think that it will be a show where we see the next generation of hardware really start to deliver great content and great experiences that if not take full advantage of the platform, will a lot more advantage than we’ve seen before.

I think we’re seeing games become bigger experiences, that trend has not changed. I gave a first party example with Bloodborne earlier, I was reading some of the game media reviews on that. Some of the gaming press were calling this “the first proper next-gen title.” I really hope to see more of these experiences emerging at E3.”

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is currently planned for a Spring 2016 release for the PlayStation 4. We will bring you any new information on Uncharted 4 and Naughty Dog as soon as it becomes available, but we can surely look forward to the game having a huge presence at E3 2015 later this month, and we will be sure to bring you full coverage from the show floor.


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