Sony has confirmed that Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception will utilise the PlayStation Network Pass program. The game will come packaged with a unique single-use code to unlock online functionality.
Confirmation of the decision came from Spanish gaming site The Vault in an interview with Juan Jimenez, Software Manager for Sony Spain.
Introduced in Resistance 3 earlier this year, the PSN Pass requires players to use a single-use code packaged with new games to access online features. Gamers who purchase PSN Pass titles on the secondhand market will be required to purchase a new code online for the fee of $10 to access online play.
Uncharted 3 will be the second title to use the program. Jimenez states that there will be an increase in usage of the program in future Sony releases to tackle piracy.