Uncharted 4’s Survival Mode Launched Alongside Other Multiplayer Updates

Uncharted 4’s new Survival mode launches today on Playstation 4, plus there’s new multiplayer content, and the game’s economy system has been revamped, Naughty Dog have announced.

Survival is our new cooperative mode where you and up to two of your friends can take on 50 waves of increasingly skilled enemies, a variety of challenging objectives and modifiers, and intense boss battles. Feel like playing solo or not (yet) as a PlayStation Plus member? You can still hop in and play Survival by yourself.

With multiple difficulty levels, its own dedicated progression system, unlockable rewards, and yes, new Trophies, we’re excited for the community to jump in and take on Survival.


As well as Survival, the latest patch for Uncharted 4 includes a host of multiplayer updates; Two new maps, five flashback weapons, new vanity items and color variant options, and an all-new mode: King of the Hill.

The game’s multiplayer economy has also seen an update, with Naughty Dog saying: “We’ve been listening to your feedback and we’re making changes to the experience to make it more rewarding.”

Starting today, we’re permanently reducing the cost of in-game chests, making it easier to unlock new vanity and gameplay items. We’re also introducing Relic Boosters that give you a 300% increase in Relics earned for completing matches and also include a stackable bonus for all other players on your team. Anyone who purchases or has purchased Uncharted Points in the past will also earn VIP Status, which includes a permanent 20% bonus to all Relics earned from Challenges.

Uncharted 4 is available now, exclusively on Sony’s PlayStation 4.

Uncharted 4’s Survival Mode Launched Alongside Other Multiplayer Updates

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