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Sony is shutting down Uncharted: Fortune Hunter mobile and Everybody’s Golf servers in September

Sony Interactive Entertainment-owned studio Naughty Dog announced to end support for the mobile puzzle game Uncharted: Fortune Hunter. A similar fate awaits Everybody’s Golf on PS4 in the coming months.

    Image source: Naughty Dog

Image source: Naughty Dog

It has been revealed that on March 28, Uncharted: Fortune Hunter had its in-game purchases removed, and the project itself was removed from the App Store and Play Store windows. Copies already installed on devices will continue to work offline.

Naughty Dog didn’t disclose the reason for ending support, but it’s likely the puzzle hasn’t been very popular lately. Uncharted: Fortune Hunter was released on PS4 in May 2016, ahead of the launch of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

    Image source: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Image source: Sony Interactive Entertainment

As for Everybody’s Golf on September 30th this year, Sony Interactive Entertainment turn off Servers for gyms. This will disable all online features (including online modes). The ability to play offline remains.

Everybody’s Golf debuted in August 2017 to mostly positive reviews from the press. Average project rating for metacritical is 78 out of 100%.


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