6. Uncharted: Fortune Hunter
The brand new mobile Uncharted game — Fortune Hunter — launched right in time for the highly anticipated Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. It may not appeal to every Uncharted fan, but it does grant you in-game content for the Multiplayer portion of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. It can’t really compete with the other games in terms of gameplay, though, hence it finds itself at the bottom of the list.
The mobile gameplay consists of solving puzzles and moving from point A to B, which in result will grant Nathan Drake an ancient treasure. Puzzles do become a bit difficult, and Sully even plays a part, but while this game sticks to its route, it’s far from competing with the other Uncharted titles.