The popular Playstation series Uncharted makes its way to the iOS! In Uncharted: Fortune Hunter, you play as the iconic Nathan Drake on another adventure to discover the world’s long-lost treasures of history. The gameplay is quite different from the main Uncharted games, however. This time around, you won’t be fighting off bandits, pirates and more; instead, you’ll be hitting switches, dodging traps, and solving puzzles to uncover ancient relics. Let’s get to adventuring with our Uncharted: Fortune Hunter cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide!
1. Get those keys!
Each level has a “key move limit”. If you can complete the level without going above the limit, you will be rewarded with a key. You can use keys to open Sully’s loot crates from time to time. It’s important to note that you don’t have to get the key on your first run. In fact, if there’s another collectible that requires you to use more moves than you have, focus on getting that collectible then clear the stage. When you come back to the stage, the collectible will be gone and you can focus on just getting the key.
2. Hit all the switches!
When you first start out a level, you’re probably going to be visually overwhelmed. There will be discs, boxes, moving platform, dart traps, and so much more. The best way to get through a level is to take advantage of Drake’s journal. Whenever you activate a switch or shoot a disc, symbols will appear on each mechanism involved, making it much easier to track what switch does what. So, if it’s your first run through a level, the best thing to do is to just activate everything and take note of the symbols.
3. Plan out your moves!
Even if you aren’t actively going for the key bonus, you should still take your time and plan out your moves. When the game starts introducing dart traps, you really need to start paying attention. If Drake moves into the line of sight of one of these traps, you’ll have to start the level over. At the beginning of a level, don’t move; instead, take a look around and note any switches or discs you can shoot.
4. Shoot those discs!
Discs function just like pressed switches, except you can shoot them from any distance so as long as there’s nothing blocking Drake’s sight. An important thing to remember is that shooting a disc is not considered a turn, so feel free to experiment with them to see what mechanisms activate. Keep in mind that Drake needs to see the disc in order to shoot it. If there’s something in the way, he won’t be able to fire!
5. Link your Playstation Network account for rewards!
If you plan on playing the upcoming “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End”, be sure to link your Playstation Network account with Fortune Hunter. Once you progress far enough in Fortune Hunter, you’ll unlock exclusive bonus costumes and skins for the multiplayer mode in Uncharted 4! You can check exactly what you need to do under the Rewards menu.
That’s all for Uncharted: Fortune Hunter. If you have any other tips or tricks to share, leave a comment below!