Naughty Dog Introduces a New Beta Test Playlist for Uncharted 4

Naughty Dog has been hard at work lately churning out updates and improvements for their popular title, Uncharted 4. Even still, that amount of hard work they put in for their fans doesn’t seem to deter them as they continue to try to ensure that incredible game play is always top priority in their books. That’s why, this weekend only, Naughty Dog has opened up a Beta Test Playlist to players of Uncharted 4, as a means to give their community a chance to try out the new multiplayer modes and leave feedback to the developers on what works and what doesn’t.

It’s a great way for the gamers’ voices to be heard, and we tip our hats to Naughty Dog for coming up with this idea to reach out and connect with their fans as they test out new gaming modes for an already popular game franchise.

This beta-testing method came out shortly after the release of the Bounty Hunters DLC and will feature Classic mode. During the testing period, the game will exclude In-Match Store, Radar, Mysticals, and Sidekicks, while conversely offering up heavy weapons spawning around the map as gamers play. It’s definitely going to be an intense weekend for fans of Nathan Drake’s adventures.

To keep the spirit of Uncharted alive, check out our review of Uncharted 4 while you have the opportunity to leave your personal feedback. As always, letting your developers know what works and what doesn’t work will ensure that you always get the best gaming experience you deserve.

What do you think of Naughty Dog’s idea? Do you think a Beta Test Playlist is the best way to go about trying new opportunities in Uncharted’s multiplayer? Let us know in the comments below, and game on!

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