Naughty Dog last June gave us the "Uncharted 4 Multiplayer: Lost Treasures" DLC and has already given the idea of the follow-up add-on which is "Bounty Hunter."
Here's a quick roll-call of all the "Uncharted 4" updates prior to your watching the trailer of "Bounty Hunters" DLC below, as mentioned in Hardcore Gamer.
New Map To Indulge:
Village (originally seen in Uncharted 2) rebuilt just in time for PS4 Pro which covers textures and lighting.
DC Single Action - Semi-Automatic Revolver
RKL-155 - Fully Automatic mid Pistol
Lowe-S - Assault Rifle
Harrison 1890 - Lever Action Rifle
US-AN 12 - Automatic Shotgun (Heavy Weapon)
Lock 'n Load - Put ammo from pickups immediately in your clip
Undisturbed - Hold a charge melee while rolling and climbing
Silent Assassin - Take out the enemy without the other their team knowing
Weapons Expert - Aim your weapon while vaulting, falling, jumping
Shield of Asgard - Reduces incoming damage for a brief period
"Uncharted 4" is as of the moment, having the PS4 as its main platform of choice. PS4 owners will be happy to know that the accessibility function is more than improved if they have already pre-ordered the PS4 Pro prior to its arrival. This latest "Uncharted 4" DLC from Naughty Dog has been put to high regard especially when focusing on the single-player campaign.
The main precursor, "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" was broadly acclaimed by computer game distributions, with commentators lauding the diversion for enhanced gameplay mechanics over past passages in the arrangement, story, passionate profundity, visual outline and the multiplayer.
Critics additionally observed the game to be a delightful conclusion to the Uncharted franchise. A commercial milestone achievement, the installment raked in more than 2.7 million duplicates in its first week upon public retail, and it became the highest-grossing installment of the franchise.
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