Naughty Dog has confirmed via Facebook that the Uncharted dev has no plans to launch any new patches or downloadable content until the new year. According to the update, the earliest that we’ll be seeing any more post-launch support will be in January though a “hard date” has yet to be set.
Aside from weighted map rotations and the occasional bit of unfair matchmaking, Uncharted 3’s online multiplayer is fairly problem-free.
That said, the lack of accessible character customisation options (a feature many players were hyped for) has been a little disappointing, though this may be remedied in future DLC. Since the inclusion of “alternate aiming” the campaign is also considerably more enjoyable, somehow making gunplay a lot more accurate and fluid.
Naughty Dog has previously confirmed that the first DLC pack for Uncharted 3 will be dubbed the “Flashback Map Pack #1” and will be composed of four classic Uncharted 2 multiplayer arenas included re-worked version of The Ice Caves, Sanctuary, and The Fort.
However, as we’ve pointed at before, given the “#1” in the title, we can expect a second Flashback Map Pack, meaning that all 8 original Uncharted 2 maps will at some point feature in the sequel.
Source: Naughty Dog Official Facebook