'Uncharted 4' Players Get Free Survival Co-op DLC; New Weapons And New Maps Come with Upgrades [VIDEO]

Dec 16, 2016 07:04 AM EST | Leonora Puno

"Uncharted 4" survival co-op mode DLC was recently released, to the joy of fans of the video game who will now be able to enjoy free downloads and upgrades. Uncharted 4 players have a chance to get new weapons, character skins, and maps while the new King of the Hill mode was also made available to players. 

Developed by Naughty Dog, Uncharted 4 can be played solo or with several friends, with 50 waves for the 10 maps available. Players who advance to the next waves could get rewards as well as trophies when a task has been completed, according to VG 24/7.

The update included free 3.8 GB, allowing players to download and play as many games as they want. The free DLC content for "Uncharted 4" included two new maps of a prison and a train wreck, flashback weapons, new music added to menus of in games, 25 choices for skin color, and 12 co-op trophies waiting to be captured by the best players, according to Game Spot. It also lets players save the game, allowing them to resume at the point where they left off at any time. With these freebies, players will have an enhanced gaming experience.

Released on May 10, 2016, Unchartered 4 followed Nathan Drake in his adventures as he hunted for a hidden treasure. The task of the players is to help Nathan Drake survive and finish his search in one piece. To do this, players have to develop strategies and were advised not to rush into locations indicated on the maps, otherwise they run the risk of ending up dead, according to Prima Games.

Like any other video game, Unchartered 4 is about running and shooting, qwhile mastering these two skills is very important. Tactics on stealth and choosing cover locations are also vital in order to help Nathan Drake to succeed and come home alive. The upgrade promises a more exciting experience for everyone.

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