Update: We have more codes to give!
On Tuesday June 28, one of the year’s biggest title, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, will begin beta testing its multiplayer. As it stands there are three ways to gain access to that beta: Buy Infamous 2 and receive the code, be a member of the PlayStation Network or receive one from a magnanimous tech website by being among the first 20 people to post below in the comments section and let us know what you would like to see in the game. Simple as that!
The multiplayer for Uncharted 3 will have several new features over Uncharted 2. To begin with, there will be a more cinematic flair to the multiplayer, in keeping with the campaign. Certain levels will now have events that will change the way you approach each map. One example shown was “The Airstrip,” which begins on a cargo plane with trucks chasing it and players jumping back and forth. Once the plane takes off, the map switches to the runway and hangars.
Boosters have also been significantly altered. There will now be a set of paid boosters that you can drop cash on during a match to activate. You can also activate kickbacks which are awarded when you collect enough medals. Once you do, you can use them to unleash things like RPG attacks and many other perks to give you the edge.
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception will be one of the biggest games of the year, the Naughty Dog is making sure that the multiplayer can live up to the promise of the campaign. So what do you want to see from the multiplayer? Sound off below in the comment section, and the first twenty people to reply with what they hope to see in the multiplayer will receive a code to grant them access to the multiplayer beta that goes active on Tuesday. And go!
Ok, so the original 20 codes were claimed within minutes! So we asked, and we were able to get our hands on 200 more. So, if you missed out on your chance to win a beta key for the upcoming Uncharted 3 multiplayer, here’s your chance! Simply post in the comments below, and next 200 people that chime in will receive codes!
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