Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has been one of the most anticipated games of the generation for a long time and now the waiting is finally over as the game is finally here. While the single player is the part that most people will flock to, there is also the multiplayer available as well and with the game out, we now know just how much the microtransactions will cost you if you choose to purchase them.
Unlike some multiplayer games that are out these days, the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End multiplayer thankfully does not offer microtransactions that can be used to purchase weapons or other items that can give players an advantage over others that do not buy them. Instead, you must play the actual game to get things like this.
The microtransactions that are offered though are in the form of points, which can be used to purchase costumes and accessories for use in multiplayer only. This is the best way to add in microtransactions that can be used for superficial items, rather than making an impact in the actual gameplay.
For those that are interested, you can purchase these points through either a retailer like GameStop or just the PlayStation Store, but the prices remain the same for each. The base package available is 500 points for $4.99, 1,500 for $9.99, 3,200 for $19.99, 6,500 for $34.99, and finally $10,000.
As you can see, you definitely get better bargains the more you purchase, but you’ll have to see for yourself if it’s worth it for you when you get your hands on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.