ND Reveals Uncharted 3 February DLC Schedule

Earlier today we reported that a number of new multiplayer menu options had appeared following Uncharted 3’s most recent update, outlining upcoming in-game content. As promised Naughty Dog has posted full details over at the PlayStation Blog, also unveiling what else to expect this month.

Aside from the previously-announced skin packs (3 in total, amounting to 19 new playable avatars,) the Flashback Map Pack 2 is also on the way, launching on February 22nd. The pack contains the remaining four Uncharted 2 arenas yet to go under the knife including Village, Plaza, Temple, and Train Wreck. The first batch of Flashback maps were a real treat, and though there any images available, we’re sure Naughty Dog has done a superb job with the second lot too. It’s just a shame that we haven’t seen any multiplayer content that ties in with much-anticipated Vita game, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, which conveniently launches on the same day.


Possibly this month’s highlight is the release of a new mission for UC3’s Co-op Adventure playlist. We thought we’re were being a tad bit outlandish to suggest that this mission would allow players to assume control of spin-off mode’s cast of villains, but that’s exactly what ND has done. Enjoy the trailer and check the list below for a full list of dates/prices.

  • February 7, 2012 -Fort Co-Op Adventure: $5.99
  • February 7, 2012 –Doughnut Skin Pack: $1.99
  • February 7, 2012 –Rogues Skin Pack 1: $2.99
  • February 7, 2012 – Rogues Skin Pack 2: $2.99
  • February 21, 2012 – Flashback Map Pack 2: $9.99

Source: PlayStation Blog



  1. Village!

  2. $6 is roughly £4 right. Seems quite a lot for a single co-op mission.

  3. They’re also bringing out a second Flash pack map pack. I payed for FHC and I want new maps #vivalarevolution

  4. I still play the Co-op levels on Uncharted 2 – great fun! Is there anything similar in Uncharted 3?

  5. Must say the Fort Coop looks very cool!

  6. That co-op mission looks great

  7. I can’t believe it. ANOTHER Recycled Map Pack using the rest of the maps. Are they going to do something new?

    Not spending a single cent on that.

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