Uncharted 4 Celebrating Cinco De Mayo With Free Hat And Classic Mode

Here's what Uncharted 4 is doing to celebrate the occasion.

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Naughty Dog's ongoing support for Uncharted 4's multiplayer mode continues this week with a new mode, additional items, and more.

Returning to Uncharted 4 on May 5 is the Classic Mode, which will be available in the game's beta test playlist (via DualShockers). It's a "back-to-basics" gametype, featuring no Mysticals, radar, downed state, or sidekicks. Naughty Dog has tested the mode before, back in November 2016, and the studio continues to ask players to try it and send in their feedback. For this latest test, instant respawns are enabled, while Hero weapons are restricted. Additionally, boosters for marking are turned off, while deployable gear are gone, except for grenades.

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To mark the mode's return, and to celebrate Cinco De Mayo (May 5), Naughty Dog is offering a 50 percent bonus on Relics for all challenges. Plus, you can get the Mexico Cap just for logging in and playing multiplayer or Survival from May 5 through May 8. As you can see in the image above, the hat has the Mexican flag on it.

In other Uncharted 4 news, the standalone game, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, comes out in August. You can read more about it and watch videos here.

This story has been updated and corrected.

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Loobop

Don't most players already have this hat already unlocked in flag hats anyway?,Wheres the excitement in that!!!

Now Nathan in some stereotype mexican outfit would be more appealing.lol

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Wow.

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EdwardNygma

Where is the review for this game? WAAYYYY late.

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Amazing, the 100 people that play U4 mp are going to be very excited.

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doccobb

@netiger: although i tired myself out putting in around 100 hours give or take but it still takes 2 seconds to log on when i do get nostalgic yo ppl are stull playihg tlou mp shit u know nothing

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Barighm

@netiger: You're missing a couple zeroes.

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FreeRyu

@netiger: lmao

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NativePixel

Cinco de mayo is a made up "holiday" created by an American beer company. It's the worst kind of appropriation. The only people that truly celebrate this bs is.

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maximimon

@nativepixel: you do realize that had France won that battle and overrun the Mexican forces the were planning to "help " the confederate states afterwards ?and that it could change the course of the civil war? , so yeah its has meaning , but muh cultural appropiation i guess , better grab a history book instead of spouting nonsense and before you say anything this comes from a Mexican , do i feel angry americans celebrate 5 de Mayo? , do i feel my culture robbed?, no so i fail yo see the problem

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NativePixel

@maximimon: if you truly are a Mexican like me and belive what you just spouted then I feel sorry for you man. How do you not know the truth?

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maximimon

@nativepixel: what truth?, did you even read my comment?, even if you were right and 5 de mayo is made up so what?, how is that cultural appropiation if beer companies came up with it? , make up your mind.

Un Mexicano de verdad no se ofende porque celebren 5 de Mayo :) , so no we dont need people to get offended for us.

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NativePixel

@maximimon: smh.

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Dev-RAiD1

@nativepixel: cinco de mayo has zero to do with beer

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doccobb

@nativepixel: and your a dickhead whats your point?

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NativePixel

@doccobb: Your response to truth? Point proven.

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Dinosaur_Teeth

@nativepixel: You mean like how most Mexican beer is culturally appropriated from the Germans?

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NativePixel

@dinosaur_teeth: who tf is talking about Mexican beer? What the actual ****? Are you that ignorant? You people are disgusting.

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Ice12Tray

@nativepixel: Actually Cinco De Mayo is a day to commentate the victory Mexico had over the French at the battle of Puebla. It was a huge military victory.

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NativePixel

@ice12tray: In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is mainly mistaken to be Mexico's Independence Day—the most important national holiday in Mexico—which is celebrated on September 16.

Nice try.

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Ice12Tray

@nativepixel: I don't know what point you're trying to make? I know Mexicos Independence Day is September 16, never said it wasn't. Just disputing that Cinco De Mayo isn't made up.

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Barighm

@ice12tray: Although it's not unusual for commercialism to misappropriate a holiday. Easter bunny says "hi".