Uncharted: Fight for Fortune card game coming to PS Vita on Dec. 4

Turn-based action card game Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is coming to the PlayStation Vita via the PlayStation Store on Dec. 4, Sony announced today on the PlayStation Blog.

The game will cost $4.99 and has been in development with Naughty Dog and smaller developer One Loop Games since the release of Uncharted: Golden Abyss, according to Sony.

In Fight for Fortune, players create decks of cards featuring heroes and villains from the Uncharted series with the goal of defeating other players or A.I. opponents. Each attack card, called a Faction card, can be paired with Resource and Fortune cards to enhance stats, grant special abilities and help defend players' own decks from enemy attacks.

In combat, each attack reduces the health of Faction cards. Once a Faction card has been "defeated" it can no longer be in play. Draining your opponent's health to zero wins the game. Check out the video above for a look at the game in action.

A patch for Golden Abyss will be released simultaneously, and will power up all artifacts collected in Golden Abyss for use as cards in Fight for Fortune. The card game will also include downloadable content in the future, says Sony.

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