Uncharted 4 is an upcoming action-adventure third-person shooter platform video game. The game is a sequel to Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception and is the fourth and final instalment to the Uncharted Series.
Recent updates claim that it’s set for release worldwide on 10 May 2016 and that the game has been developed by Naughty Dog and is published by Sony. The game will also be part of a limited edition PS4 bundle and is the first of the series to be on the PlayStation 4 game system.
PlayStation has a wide fan base all over the world. South Africa is just one of many countries that have a large market for the gaming system. South African gamers can look forward to an improved gaming experience with Uncharted 4- A Thief’s End.
What can you expect from Uncharted 4?
Uncharted 4 is set several years after Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception with Nathan “Nate” Drake now retired as a fortune hunter and settled into a normal life with his wife Elena Fisher.
Drake’s older brother Sam, previously thought to be deceased, bursts back onto the scene. Sam is on a quest to find a legendary pirate artefact and until he does so, his life hangs by a thread. Drake and Sam must journey to Libertaria, a mythical pirate colony in Madagascar.
The game’s developer Naught Dog has said that it is aiming for a wider, “more sandbox feel” for the game.
“To us, the Uncharted combat works best when it has a flow to it, when you’re not just behind cover, shooting over and ducking back down; when your cover is getting flanked and you have to jump and move down to another level,” said Creative Director Neil Druckerman in an interview with Game Informer.