Hotly anticipated action-adventure Uncharted 4 is out on March 18. As is commonplace with games having a multiplayer component, developer Naughty Dog announced a multiplayer beta for the yet-to-be-released PS4 exclusive at Paris Games Week. It's applicable to those who own Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and have a PlayStation Plus subscription.
The multiplayer beta was slated from December 4 to December 13. However, it seems to have jumped the gun starting a day early in Europe and by extension, India (which falls under Europe for Sony).
The news was tweeted by the PlayStation Europe account. It confirmed that the game will be playable from 5pm GMT (10:30pm IST) on December 3. Keep in mind that you'll need 7GB free on your PS4 to download the beta and own a copy of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on either digital or disc as well being a subscriber to Sony's PlayStation Plus service. Naughty Dog also stated that there will be no preload.
Keep in mind that only Team Deathmatch will be playable. It will allow for a maximum of 10 players with five on either team. Also, in order to hit the magical 60fps mark in multiplayer which allows for smoother gameplay, Uncharted 4's multiplayer will sport a resolution of 900p (1600x900). The single-player campaign will run at 30fps with a resolution of 1080p (1920x1080). And no, the game will not have dedicated servers.