Now that most of you are done with the single-player campaign in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves , you've likely gone online to check out the multiplayer aspect of this masterpiece.
Ever since we tested out the beta earlier this year, we knew that although it wouldn't be the focus of this game, the multiplayer was still well-implemented and nicely designed. But there are always ways to make this experience better and Naughty Dog isn't known for skimping on the details, nor are they known for being lazy and unresponsive to fan feedback. According to PS3Center , the team will make "a few small changes to the basic gameplay," but the big change is that they'll be looking to punish all you quitters. Creative director Amy Hennig deemed it "infuriating" and they want to "make sure it's discouraged," so you had best settle in for the duration in the future. There will be consequences for quitting but we're not sure of the specifics; all we know is that the update in question should arrive "before the end of the year." We noticed that quitters were a problem as well, and we shouldn't be surprised that Naughty Dog is planning to do something about it.
They just don't seem to be the "let-it-lie" types. They seem more like the, "wait, it's not perfect…make it better" types.
Related Game(s): Uncharted 2: Among Thieves