Uncharted 3 dresses up for Halloween

Uncharted 3 dresses up for Halloween

If walking around with a pumpkin on your head while shooting other players is your thing, you’ll be happy to know that Uncharted III will join the ranks of the games getting extra Halloween themed contents this year. You should hurry though, the content will only be available up until today!

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception developed by Naughty Dog is the third game in the Uncharted series. Released last year on PS3, the game stars explorer Nathan Drake and his mentor Victor Sullivan embarking on a worldwide journey in search of the lost city “The Iram of the Pillars”.
Single player campaign is a higly cinematic gameplay experience, alternating third person shooting and exploration sequences with in-game cutscenes.

First introduced in Uncharted 2, the multiplayer mode in Uncharted 3 features competitive and cooperative modes. Players can use many skins, stickers and ability boosters to customize their characters to their own likings. Multiplayer mode bonuses like trasures can also be used in the single player campaign to obtain extra feautures, making it worthwhile even to player who don’t usually spend too much time in online modes.
Gameplay during multiplayer is also spiced up by special abilities which can be used once a certain number of medals have been collected during a single match.

Like previously reported, the Halloween content will only be available until later today, when the game is going to be updated.
Players who’d like to keep using the skins and stickers can unlock them by taking part in tomorrow’s official tournament.

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Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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