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Naughty Dog and Sony have some interesting plans for the DLC roadmap of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. In fact, the it's one of the most ambitious DLC roadmaps I've ever seen, providing gamers with more content than you can shake a stick at... and you don't even have to pay for some of it.
The first time I ever played Uncharted, I was immediately reminded of Indiana Jones. I felt thrust back into his world of adventure and defeating the bad guys and mysterious treasures. But maybe my favorite part of playing Uncharted was trying to spot the Easter Eggs. Here are six of the biggest Easter Eggs in the Uncharted series.
It looks like some folks are getting their hands on copies of Uncharted 4 a full two weeks ahead of the gameís intend launch date, so youíll want to be especially careful online until May 10 if youíre hoping to avoid spoilers for one of the biggest launches of the year.
With the release of Uncharted 4: A Thiefís End getting nearer and nearer every day, fans have braced themselves for the release of the final installment in the beloved series. Developer Naughty Dog has announced that there will be one last trailer before the gameís release in May.
Sony seems to think that Uncharted 4 is going to sell big business when it launches next month during the mid part of May. They're gearing up for its release with a digital buffet of paraphernalia based around Uncharted 4, all of which will are being sold through the Uncharted Gear Shop.
Naughty Dog has repeatedly said that Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is likely going to be their last Uncharted game. For sure we've been told that it's going to be the last game starring Nathan Drake. However, creative director Neil Druckmann hasn't ruled out that an Uncharted 5 could happen.
If you remember the story from the second installment of Uncharted, then you clearly remember the Cintamani Stone and Nathan Drakeís dangerous voyage to get his hands on it. But what if Uncharted 2 hadnít been about the stone? New information turned up in an interview where Naughty Dog said that the second game almost became centered around finding Thorís all-powerful and irritatingly selective hammer, Mjolnir.
Neil Druckmann and Bruce Straley, the writers and directors for The Last of Us, have already started conceptualizing some ideas and prototypes for The Last of Us 2. However, they can't really get into the nitty gritty of the sequel until they finish up the DLC for Uncharted 4.
Sony released a new 15-minute trailer (although, one might argue it's more like a commentary-free Let's Play) where we get to see some unedited gameplay footage of Uncharted 4 in action. It's an entire segment from the Madagascar level where Nate, Sam, and Sully venture through the safari on their way toward a volcano.
Sony has just a little over a month to go Ė maybe a month and a half? Ė before Uncharted 4 releases. So they're peppering the gaming community with tidbits of new info and developer diaries and promo trailers like the one they recently let loose featuring a closer look at the character Nathan Drake.
Sony and Naughty Dog are gearing up for the May release of Uncharted 4 by rolling out some new behind-the-scenes details on the making of the PS4 exclusive. The first in the multi-part video series covers a lot of ground ranging back to the early days of Uncharted on the PS3.
Just yesterday, Naughty Dog released the new story trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thiefís End and at first, fans were thrilled. Until an employee of Ubisoft Montreal noticed something strange in the trailer: an original piece of Assassinís Creed concept art placed into a part of the trailer. And from there, controversy arose. Now Naughty Dog is speaking out about the incident.
If you thought the past Uncharted games kept you on the edge of your seat, then you are going to be in for a rude awakening when you get your hands on Uncharted 4: A Thiefís End.
Uncharted 4 recently released a new trailer showcasing the upcoming game, but users on Twitter began to see something else other than Nathan Drake and his adventurous posse. One user pointed out that a picture in the trailer was almost the same exact image as Assassinís Creed concept art. Now Naughty Dog is being accused of stealing the concept art to put into the Uncharted 4 trailer.
While The Last Of Us will always be an inspiring video game experience on its own, thatís not to say it wonít keep people from jazzing up other games with the gameís apocalyptic zombie theme. One user loved The Last Of Us so much, he wanted the experience in the world of Grand Theft Auto V, complete with a very familiar map and a Joel character skin.