If you are planning to pick up the upcoming PS3 exclusive Uncharted 3 and have yet to play the multiplayer beta, we would definitely suggest that you could do with a few pointers before release, as getting to grips with the different aspects of multiplayer certainly isn’t easy.
With this in mind, you’ll be pleased to know that developers for the game Naughty Dog have just released a new gameplay trailer for the game, which specifically offers some tips and strategies for those who are total newcomers to the series.
For example, you’ll learn all the different types of stealth moves that are available in the game, and when and where abouts you can use them on a particular map – ie, throwing opponents off buildings and ledges for example. You’ll also get a few tips on the best way to successfully defeat your opponent with your weapon and also tips on how to emerge victorious in a popular Uncharted 3 melee battle.
We played the beta and we can say that it definitely isn’t easy to just ‘jump straight into things‘ as you would in perhaps a Call of Duty game for example. You’ll need to spend a bit of time working on your aiming, and then earn enough cash and rank up in order to unlock the different perks that are available for each weapons.
Melee battles are pretty frustrating in the game, especially if your opponent manages to get the first hit on you. If you have a full bar but then get hit first, you’ll need to quickly roll out of the way otherwise you’ll just die if you get hit again. As for using weapons, the one hit sniper kills may be deemed as slightly frustrating for players as well, as the T-Bolt action sniper in particular seems to be very accurate, even if you are not fully aimed on your opponent – one shot and you’re down.
If you have played the beta religiously, you are probably already at level 35 and are waiting for the full release to carry on ranking up. If you think you have mastered the beta, suggest some of your best tips below so new Uncharted fans can take note of.
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