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To begin with, let me preface this by saying that I am a true die hard fan of First person shooters, or anything where i can take out my angst on 12 year-olds without a court appearance. I’ve been a fan of Mr. Drake since always and admire what Naughty Dog has brought to table as far as innovation and unprecedented gameplay.
That being said, my overall reaction to Uncharted free to play was excitement and anticipation, now the arena was to be flooded with new players and combined with an interactive gameplay style that is unmatched in the FPS world. Having spent a majority of my time with the COD series and more recently the BF series, I was hungry for something different, and Uncharted offered the competition and mash up style of COD but with the potential for depth that the BF series offered. I eagerly downloaded the free content and waited as the updates installed and the game began to load.
UNCHARTED 3: Drake’s Deception Multiplayer will be Free-to-Play starting today on the PSN. There will be an initial level cap of 15, but you will be able to purchase further level unlocks if you want to continue leveling up. You can also purchase the co-op missions.
As a bonus to long time players, will be rewarded with a “custom Naughty Dog Paw on your rank icon and you’ll receive the Naughty Dog Paw shirt for your custom characters.”
See more of the details below!
Set to “Alone and Forsaken” by Hank Williams, Sr., this new ‘The Last of Us’ trailer “mixes previously seen content along with some brand new cinematic and gameplay footage, to provide more detail of the beautiful environments and dangerous opposition …
Naughty Dog was on deck to demo The Last of Us, which feels like a grown-up version of Uncharted. Not that Uncharted isn’t grown up, but The Last of Us can be downright vicious. The realistic fight scene stretched over several rooms, starting with the main characters trying to stealth, but then being forced into battle.
Video and more info after the break!
We had a staggering 179 entries in total for this giveaway. Before I announce the winners, I would like to give a special thanks to SCEE and Tosh for providing us with two copies of this collection for all of the readers here!