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Uncharted 4’s multiplayer beta is starting a day early

Sony has moved forward the starting date of Uncharted 4’s multiplayer beta.

The multiplayer beta for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will now begin at 5PM GMT later tonight on PS4.

The beta will be playable until Sunday, December 13, featuring a small taster of the multiplayer options we’ll see in the full release.

We originally expected the beta to launch this Friday, but for some reason Sony has moved the date forward.

Those who own a copy of The Nathan Drake Collection will automatically have access to the multiplayer beta, and can download it from the Playstation Store.

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You can expect it to take up about 7GB of space on your hard drive, so make sure you have a little room spare.

Sony and Naughty Dog provided us with a sneak peek of Uncharted 4’s multiplayer on their Twitch channel earlier this week.

Uncharted 4’s multiplayer allows you to play as a number of classic characters from the franchise; including Nathan Drake, Elena Fisher and Victor “Sully” Sullivan.

The mode will also feature some of Uncharted’s more supernatural elements, which can utilised as power ups and weapons during certain matches.

Uncharted 4’s multiplayer will run and 900p and 60 frames per second. The campaign, however, will run at a full 1080p, but will be limited to 30fps.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will launch on March 18, 2016 exclusively for the PS4.

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