Uncharted 3 DLC Incoming
Published on Thursday, 08 March 2012 12:05
The Playstation Blog has announced some new DLC for Nathan Drake’s latest Playstation 3 adventure. Naughty Dog’s Uncharted 3 will be receiving a new Co-Op Shade Survival Mode on March 13. The content is going to cost $5.99 in North America, but will be free to member’s of the Fortune Hunter’s Club. The Playstation Blog says,
"The Djinn haunt this mode as you and your friends will be assaulted by wave after wave of progressively more demanding opponents. There are eight rounds in total. The Djinn’s ability to catch fire and teleport poses a formidable challenge to team strategy and coordination, and later rounds include highly skilled Djinn sporting extra armor and firepower, so get ready for a hearty battle [...] Players will earn a very sizable amount of cash by playing this mode through to completion and therefore can level up more quickly when surviving the onslaught".
Pretty good stuff coming for our good friend Nathan Drake. We’ll see how it all pans out.
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