Uncharted Trophy Support in August

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune will be receiving a patch for trophy support come August if not sooner. Evan Wells of Naughty Dog has said that the update has already been submitted for quality assurance testing, so if it get done testing sooner then we will see the patch sooner.

According to Wells, the patch was “incredibly easy” to implement because the game already contains preliminary support for Trophies via its Medals reward system. He further revealed that these hooks were actually included because Naughty Dog thought Sony would roll out Trophies before Uncharted‘s November 2007 launch.

You should know by now that trophies are not retroactive. That means even if you got all the medals before, you will have to do it again for the trophies. Wells has said, “this is primarily to prevent people from simply using someone else’s save data to artificially bolster their Trophy collection.” We pretty much already knew that, so if anything it gives you another reason to play one of the best single player games to hit the PS3 or any console for that matter this generation.

[Uncharted Trophies Are Coming]

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