Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is out and it allows people to play Uncharted 4 mutliplayer even if they don’t own the game. As they prepare for the influx of new blood, more experienced players have decided to share some helpful Uncharted The Lost Legacy multiplayer tips & tricks, to ease their new comrades into it.
Multiplayer Tips & Tricks for new Uncharted players
For users who only have Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, the good news is that you’ll get to play with the ones who have Uncharted 4. All the information about this was released almost a week ago, when it was shown how Lost Legacy characters will look like with new skins. Some of these tips apply to the Survival Arena as well, but you’ll need to be far more aggressive.
- Flanking and baiting are the most important tactics for a good player.
- Taking the long way, instead of heading right into the core of the battle, is always a good call. You want to engage other players before they notice you.
- If you are well hidden and the enemy team passes by you, don’t start shooting at the first person you see – wait a bit in order to get behind the whole group.
- This is one of the reasons why you shouldn’t stay too close to the others. Always keep a distance. However, if you are a new player, you’ll probably feel more confident close to your teammates. In that case, you can at least play the bait here.
- Don’t always follow one path, regardless of whether you’re flanking. Mix it up, be unpredictable.
- If you spot a downed teammate and no enemies nearby, in most cases it’s a bait. Be wary of it.
- This is where your decision making will distinguish you from others. You can kill the downed enemy for points, or keep them alive in order to bait more people in. The same goes for teammates – reviving the ones you don’t know and the ones who perform bad is usually the worst idea. Leave them as bait.
- Don’t rely too much on your teammates, they’ll usually end up disappointing you.
- Test out various weapons in order to find the one that suits you best.
- If you feel like you are not in a good spot to put up a good fight, pull back. Find a better place and don’t push yourself.
- Get to know the map – finding the good spots (and the bad) will help you a lot.