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'Uncharted 4' Multiplayer Patch 1.05: 'A Thief's End' Brings In Tons Of Improvement

Update Date: May 30, 2016 06:08 AM EDT
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“Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” is barely a month old but it looks like the third person shooter video game will be in for a bit of a kick following reports of an upcoming patch from Sony Interactive Entertainment.

“Uncharted 4” is an action-adventure game that is exclusive for the Sony PlayStation 4 and developed in collaboration with developer Naughty Dog. A certain patch 1.05 that is about 75 MB in size has been released, bringing a lot fixes and improvements that should make the third-shooter game better.

Among the fixes (per Neurogadget) include the following:

  1. Animator exploit for taunts
  2. Party bug issue that occurs when player/s join a party
  3. “White-plug” lag error
  4. Network issues that made enemies invincible and invisible
  5. Adjustment of age restriction issues in select countries.

Aside from the patch, “Uncharted 4” is also set to host a multiplayer event where players will be rewarded with a 50% Challenge Relic bonus and a 70% bundle discount on vanity items.

For a game that was launched only last May 10, the presence of bugs and other issues is only to be expected. But the good thing about it is that both Sony and Naughty Dog are closely monitoring the game with the intent of address the problems in timely fashion.

“Uncharted 4” has been doing good since its debut, reportedly selling as much as 2.7 million units for both digital and physical copies as of May 16. With the record-setting sales, “Uncharted 4” becomes the fastest selling first party PS4 title per Sony Computer Entertainment America marketing manager Asad Qizlbash.

For those who are unaware, “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” succeeds “Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception”. It technically lures back Drake for another adventure.

“Uncharted 4” has been gaining good reviews by critics. In fact, IGN rates it 9 out of 10 which should give folks a good idea of the hype behind the game and maybe even getting a copy for themselves soon.

Aside from the multiplayer mode players will eventually want to venture out on their own and explore new maps and discover treasures. The collected treasures can eventually be used to purchase new weapons, levelling up their artillery to fend off the unknown challenges and tasks that “Uncharted 4” has waiting.

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