The beta for Uncharted 4 starts this weekend, and it seems that Sony is willing to offer a shot at playing the latest installment of the Nathan Drake franchise to the entire world. Of course, the beta is only limited for this weekend.
The previous beta was made available only for those who purchased the Nathan Drake entire collection. But Sony thought things through and decided to relax its restrictions and offer everybody an equal opportunity of testing the fourth installment of the franchise.
And they may not have done it from the goodness of their heart. The game’s trailer, as you can see in the video embedded below, is promising a state of the art gaming experience. So it may be that the company decided to make the beta available to anybody who wants to take “A Thief’s End” for a test run in order to gather some more fans.
As you can see in the video embedded at the end of the article, Eurogamer found a download client in the European Store owned by PlayStation. The content was quickly removed, but not before they managed to get some footage.
According to the official site of Uncharted, the beta will begin in Europe on the 4th of March at 5 PM GMT and will end on the 6th of March, somewhere late in the evening.
It seems only natural that the beta will begin at different hours across the globes, but the US citizens may be able to start playing it Friday afternoon, or evening.
So if you’re an Uncharted fan, or you aren’t, but you think that you might enjoy the open-world adventure video game then make no plans for this weekend, brush up your PlayStation console and prepare to have the time of your life. At least, that’s what Sony is promising its fans.
For those who did not see the demo of Uncharted 4 that invaded the internet last July you can check it out below. As you can see, the game is action-packed, and the character handles pretty smooth.
The complete story of the Uncharted 4 installment is not yet unveiled, but from the bits and pieces that Sony offered throughout the year, it seems that it will be pretty good. At least for some, because there were a couple of complaints on fan forums that revolved around the fact that “A Thief’s End” seems to be lacking a comprehensive, exhaustive background story.
The beta for Uncharted 4 starts this weekend, and the full game will be launched at the end of this April.
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