The mobile puzzle game Uncharted: Fortune Hunter has been discontinued and is now unavailable for download according to an announcement from Naughty Dog.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End first launched on May 10, 2016 -- three months later than originally planned. This game subsequently became one of the PlayStation titles to make its way to PC via Steam. Now, a mobile tie-in game that launched alongside the core game is now no longer available for download.
An important notice for UNCHARTED: Fortune Hunter players: pic.twitter.com/rHMLvv7X2L— Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) March 28, 2022
Uncharted: Fortune Hunter Officially Retired
While Uncharted 4 was one of the better releases of 2016, most of you probably forgot about (or didn't even know about) Uncharted: Fortune Hunter. Now, it's finally been discontinued nearly 6 years after it first launched.
"Uncharted Fortune Hunter is being discontinued," read the announcement from Naughty Dog on Twitter. "As of today, in-game purchases of treasure maps and bags of orbs have been disabled, and the game is no longer available for download from the Apple App or Google Play Stores. However, you may continue to play the game in offline mode until it is removed from your mobile device."
Uncharted: Fortune Hunter first launched in May 2016 and was "built for you in secret, with love" over the course of a year by Naughty Dog, Sony Interactive Entertainment, and Playspree. The game features over 200 levels for players to explore and gave gamers the opportunity to unlock some cool multiplayer rewards for Uncharted 4.
It's pretty impressive that a mobile tie-in game managed to keep going for so long; it's a rare feat outside of surprising successes like Fallout Shelter. For now, you can look forward to playing Uncharted on your PC by adding the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection to your wishlist on Steam.