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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.
What's the best way to close out an E3 press conference? How about an intense chase scene involving a jeep through a marketplace while an APC chases them around the town through winding streets filled with pedestrians and food carts? Well, that's how Sony's E3 conference wrapped up... with Nathan Drake engaged in a thrilling chase with Sully by his side.
Uncharted 4 won't be released on PS4 this year but the first three Uncharted games will be. Today Naughty Dog announced Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, an compilation of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception for the newer console.
In a strange twist of news Sony has announced that the DLC expansion for The Last Us known as Left Behind will become a standalone game starting May 12th. That's right, if you never owned the game before you can buy The Last of Us: Left Behind as a standalone gaming experience.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, arguably the biggest PS4 game expected in 2015, won't be out this year after all. Developer Naughty Dog announced a delay to the action-adventure game this morning.
Crash Bandicoot helped give Sony an unofficial mascot to compete against Nintendo with Mario and Sega with Sonic, as well as establish a new way to engage in challenging platforming back on the 32-bit console. Well, despite all the success that cartoony and spirited depiction of characters like Crash helped bring Naughty Dog, they won't be returning to the series anytime soon.
One of Naughty Dog's goals this gen is to up the specs of games from last gen to this gen. Last gen we had a lot of 720p games at 30fps. This gen, gamers are expecting that developers will up the ante and standardize 1080p at 60fps. It's the natural evolution of technology.
If you were hoping for a quick follow-up to the 2013 masterpiece from Naughty Dog, The Last of Us, keep hoping. There are no plans right now for a sequel to the critical and commercial first-party success from SCE and Naughty Dog, since the developers are focusing more on the highly anticipated PlayStation 4 adventure-shooter, Uncharted 4.
A 30th Anniversary documentary was released for Naughty Dog to celebrate the company's rise and continued success over the years. The video highlights the scrappy, indie-start of the company as it rose through the ranks to become one of the most recognized entertainment studios the world around.
There's a ton of new features introduced in the latest promo video for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End for the PS4. The 15 minute video leaves little to be desired on the end of gamers, other than the desperation of wanting to play the game for themselves.
Naughty Dog has some good news for Last Of Us players on both PS4 and PS3. They're promising multiplayer bug fixes along with some free content.