Uncharted 4

Sidekicks are NPC allies which can be summoned to aid you in battle. Each has a unique specialty which can be used to help you and your teammates stay alive, keep a tactical location, or win a teamfight. Sidekicks only stick around as long as their health bar permits, so be careful when using them around enemies! You can only have one sidekick out at a time, so if you summon another, it will rep...

Gear is a vital part of your loadout. Once a piece of gear has been used, it will go on cooldown and you’ll have to wait a small amount of time before it can be used again. While in-game, you can also purchase upgrades for your gear, which lend additional benefits and features. Gear List Gear Description Upgrade 1 Upgrade 2 Upgrade 3 Tips Grenade Frag grenade t...

Gaining vision is an important element of the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer metagame. When you know a player’s location, you can be more aware if enemies are coming from behind for a flank, or which direction they are retreating. Marking highlights the enemy’s name for a limited amount of time so that you can track their movements. Here’s how it works: Marked players’ names and an arrow can...

Sidekick Mods and Mystical Mods are a specific set of modifiers that can be equipped. They increase the Loadout point cost of a Sidekick or Mystical, as well as increasing the price to buy them in the In-Game Store during a match. Only one Mod can be equipped at a time to a Sidekick or Mystical. Sidekick Mods Sidekick Mod Name Description Brute Health Regeneration Brute ...

In Uncharted 4 Multiplayer, your favorite gun can be modified to better suit your playstyle. By pressing while editing a gun in your loadout, you will be able to choose mods such as a silencer, a larger clip capacity, a faster reload time, etc. One thing to keep in mind is that more powerful mods will cost more LP to put in a loadout. Weapon mods are unlocked by using that weapon, once it is un...

Modifications Weapon Mod Description Starting Ammo Start with more ammo Reload Speed Reload your gun faster Clip Capacity Your clip can hold more bullets Scope Sway Decreased scope sway Scoped-in Radar Radar appears while scoped in Scope-in Speed Zoom into the scope faster Blindfire Accuracy Improves blindfire accuracy Aimed Strafe Speed Move faste...

You can play as your favorite heroes and villains from the Uncharted franchise, including Drake, Sully, Elena, Marlowe, Lazarevic, and more. Each character has their own dialogue lines as well as their own set of outfits. Characters and skins are available for unlock in the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer Store. You can either unlock them with Uncharted Points, or spend Relics to buy Vanity Chests whic...

In Uncharted 4 Multiplayer, you can complete small gameplay challenges to earn Relics which can then be spent as currency in the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer Store. Challenges are given at random, three at a time, and can only be completed in matchmaking. Relics are awarded upon challenge completion, with the amount depending on the difficulty level. Each day, one of the completed challenges will be ...

All loadout items are unlocked by simply playing the game. Downing enemies with long-guns, pistols, and Heavy Weapons will unlock the next weapon of that type while Gear, Mysticals, and Sidekicks just need to be used in a match. Other loadout options and how to unlock them are listed below. Items used in your Loadout are unlocked by using those weapons. This is true for Pistols, Long Guns, Hero...

Create Custom Loadouts to Fine-Tune Your Playstyle Loadout Item Unlocks From the multiplayer Main Menu, select Loadouts and highlight the Custom Loadouts tab to start building your own combination of weapons, Gear, Mysticals, Sidekicks, and Boosters. Each item in a Custom Loadout costs a certain number of Loadout Points (LP) to equip. Equipped Mysticals, Sidekicks, Heavy Weapons, and upgrades...

Additional Controls Touchpad (Press): Access the In-Game Store (Hold): Revive Teammate R3: Pick up Idol (Plunder game mode) R1: Throw Idol (Plunder game mode) D-pad Down: Detonate C4 : Attach to ziplines Hold L1 and press : Charge melee ...

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End includes eight multiplayer maps (on release day). Here’s a quick rundown of each: Auction House A luxurious Italian location, featuring flank rope swings, explosive vehicles, and long sightlines. Rooftops A medium-size nighttime map, it’s comprised of tight corridors for close-quarters combat suspended high above the Italian coastline. Scotland A large sy...

There are three game modes in Uncharted 4’s multiplayer: Team Deathmatch, Command, and Plunder. Keep reading for details on each gameplay mode. Team Deathmatch A fight to the end with teammates at your side. The goal is to accumulate a certain amount of points to win, or have more points when time runs out. An enemy KO is worth 1 point. Reach the mode’s point goal or have the most points w...

To achieve the Speedrun trophy “Charted!—Speedrun,” you must play Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End in under 6 hours. Here are some great tips to consider while attempting this: Play in Explorer mode (the easiest difficulty). Hop constantly, roll up slopes. The only time this is not faster is when you trigger combat tension and Combat Sprint initiates. Turn Lock-On Aim on. Skip Cinema...

For information on what to expect in the very difficult Crushing gameplay mode, see the Basics chapter. You can also check the tables in this section to see which first-time weapons appear in Crushing mode only.