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Naughty Dog has revealed that Uncharted 4 will have a combination of in-game currency and real money microtransactions for the game's competitive multiplayer mode. Lead multiplayer designer Rob Cogburn made the revelation during this past week's Paris Games Week.
Sony showed off the first in-game footage from Uncharted 4's multiplayer today at the PlayStation press conference for Paris Games Week. The video revealed several huge additions to the usual Uncharted multiplayer.
Firefly actor Alan Tudyk was supposed to be part of Uncharted 4's voice cast. However, he pulled out due to "weird" changes made by Naughty Dog.
Naughty Dog already has plans to exercise ideas with the single-player story in Uncharted 4. They plan on taking what they've learned from the Left Behind DLC prequel campaign for The Last of Us and apply that to the DLC for Nathan Drake's final adventure on the PS4.
Whether or not an Uncharted movie will ever get made is still up in the air but, according to the voice behind game star Nathan Drake, itís probably not something that the fans want to see happen.
So it turns out that Uncharted 4: A Thief's End wasn't delayed because there were pesky bugs that needed squashing or an online component that wasn't quite working properly. According to Naughty Dog, the team wanted to make sure they stuck the landing.
Naughty Dog has decided to clear the air regarding the rumors about The Last Of Us 2 swirling around. As it turns out, the gossip wasn't complete bull.
Nathan Drake has gone on a lot of action-packed adventures, making the PlayStation exclusive Uncharted series one of the hallmarks of the past decade of gaming. With four critically acclaimed titles in the main series, it's time to dig down and discover which of these gems shines the brightest.
PlayStation 4 owners will have a chance to try out Uncharted 4: A Thief's End later this year. Unfortunately, you'll need to open up your wallet to get into the beta test.
The Last Of Us fans hoping for a sequel to the 2013 survival horror game have a new reason to be optimistic. Naughty Dog seemingly confirmed that Last of Us 2 is on the way during a livestream for the Nathan Drake Collection.
PS4 exclusive Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is coming to North America and Europe in March, Naughty Dog announced today. That listing by Amazon Germany turned out to be pretty accurate, after all.
Due out on Oct. 9, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection will (re)introduce players to one of the most wisecracking adventurers the world has ever known. To make sure that everyone is ready to roll once the game launches, Sony today revealed a new story trailer for the three-part epic, alongside some fresh details on a trio of new game modes.
A German listing for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End has listed that the game could be launching on March 9th, 2016 for the PlayStation 4. This has caused a frenzy of theories and discussion about the launch of Naughty Dog's latest game, leading some to believe that the date could be real.
Who would have thought that The Last of Us was a potential bomb? Well, based on the promotional trailers and the marketing by Sony's team leading up to the game's release, no gamer in their right mind would have thought such a thing. However, behind the scenes, the game's director and key designers were seeing something completely different.
While we may not know when we can finally get our hands on Nathan Drake's next console adventure, at least we know that the fourth installment in the celebrated Uncharted series will be jam-packed full of action. For visual proof, Sony has released the full version of that jaw-dropping E3 footage, boasting 15 minutes of in-game footage.