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Plunder mode makes a return in Uncharted 4

The multiplayer mode will feature two teams of four players hunting down an ancient idol.

Playable in previous games, Plunder is essentially Capture the Flag, albeit with a few unique twists.

The objective of the mode is to find a hidden artifact and return it to your team’s treasure chest, defending the carrier from the enemy team as you do.

Naughty Dog has also made a few new changes to the mode, decreasing the player count and allowing you to “traverse” while carrying the idol.

Teams will now consist of four players instead of five, meaning that victory will require more concise teamwork.

Related: Upcoming PS4 Games in 2016

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is set to launch exclusively for PS4 on May 10, 2016.

The game will receive its own limited edition console, and it looks gorgeous. The special edition controller and headset will be sold separately shortly after release, if you don’t fancy forking out for the whole bundle.


This will be Nathan Drake’s last hurrah, but developer Naughty Dog hasn’t ruled out the possibility of a prequel or future games without the charming hero.

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