Developer Naughty Dog revealed on Monday the full patch notes for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’s latest update.
The update, which is 1.04.016 and is already live on PlayStation 4, specifically focuses on the multiplayer component of Uncharted 4, addressing areas that will help to improve the online experience overall.
In a post on the official Uncharted 4 website, Naughty Dog has outlined the main changes made through Update 1.04.016, which can be viewed below:
- Changed network latency settings to decrease white plug incidents.
- Ranked TDM favored status messaging doesn’t show favored status if it doesn’t affect the player’s point earnings outcome.
- Fixed Combat Marking booster so you are unable to mark downed players.
“A fix for a party issue is incoming where entering matchmaking, and then backing out, will have your friends no longer able to join you,” Naughty Dog added. “In the meantime, you can enter a Private match to reset your online status so you can become joinable again.”
Uncharted 4, which was released earlier this month, is the final Naughty Dog-developed installment to feature series protagonist Nathan Drake.
Not only has the title been showered with acclaim from multiple publications, but Sony has also revealed that sales for Uncharted 4, both digitally and physically, have surpassed 2.7 million units worldwide.
In its sales figures for the North American region, Uncharted 4 has now become the fastest-selling PS4 first-party title to date, with Sony saying that the “success of the game is a testament to the caliber of the team at Naughty Dog.”
Along with its commercial dominance in North America, Uncharted 4 is still holding itself at the top of the UK sales chart for a second consecutive week.
Hardcore Gamer praised Naughty Dog in our review for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, especially for how the developer has delivered “a cinematic marvel that sets the bar for the action genre.”
“The gameplay mechanics are also easily the best the series has seen, with the grapple hook and stealth mechanics creating new and thrilling ways to tackle encounters,” critic Adam Beck wrote. “Unless you’re someone who dislikes action games or cinematic experiences, everyone with a PlayStation 4 should own Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.”
For any trophy hunters struggling to discover all of Uncharted 4’s collectibles, including the awesome Easter eggs referencing other Naughty Dog titles, then be sure to check out Hardcore Gamer’s chapter-by-chapter treasure guides below: