The servers of Uncharted 2, 3 and The Last of Us PS3 closed on the 4th of September

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    The online mode of the games from Naughty Dog for the PlayStation 3 will no longer be accessible from the early morning of 4 September.

    servers Uncharted 2: The Kingdom of Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake’s deception, The Last of Us and The Last of Us: Left Behind for the PlayStation 3 will be closed this Wednesday, September 4 at 2:00 am gmt.

    Naughty Dog announced the server shutdown last June: “The multiplayer modes of Uncharted and The Last of Us on PlayStation 3 have been defining their respective sagas in the history of Naughty Dog as a developer and we are honored to support the communities who are passionate about that have grown up around them for nearly a decade.”

    All those who access the online mode of these games received the additional contents for the multiplayer.

    The trilogy Uncharted for the PlayStation 3 and The Last of Us they are games included in the catalog of PlayStation Now, the game service in the cloud of Sony. From this Wednesday will not be able to access the online mode of these titles either via PS Now.

    The servers of the remasterizaciones released on PlayStation 4 will continue operating.

    DriveClub, another exclusive game from Sony, in this case speed, also close its online servers at the beginning of 2020. The game is not available in PlayStation Store from the 31st of August.

    The servers of Uncharted 2, 3 and The Last of Us PS3 closed on the 4th of September
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    The servers of Uncharted 2, 3 and The Last of Us PS3 closed on the 4th of September
    Source: www.vandal.net  
    September 2, 2019

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