Uncharted 4 Story Trailer Released
Ben Sheene / Feb 24th, 2016 6 Comments
Naughty Dog released a trailer for the upcoming PS4 exclusive Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End showcasing the game’s story and visuals.
Uncharted 4’s story has mostly remained under wraps since the the game was revealed in late 2013. However, a number of trailers and gameplay demos have allowed players the opportunity to piece together small details. While the story trailer doesn’t reveal too much, it offers a wider glimpse at the new characters and environments Naughty Dog has introduced to the series.
A Thief’s End is meant to serve as Naughty Dog’s final game in the Uncharted series and the studio looks to be pulling out all the stops. The fourth entry will focus on the relationship between Nathan Drake and his long-lost brother Sam. The trailer implies that Sam is in some kind of trouble and is searching for a treasure he and Nate have been seeking out since they were children.
Uncharted 3 offered players a look into the life of Nathan Drake as a child when he first met Victor Sullivan. Uncharted 4 seems to be doing something similar and showing Nathan and Sam as a pair of young adventurers. Like previous entries in the series, Nathan will run into more than just one villain over the course of his journey.
Also on display in the story trailer were some truly stunning visuals. Naughty Dog continuously improved visual standards on the PS3 and the studio is setting the bar high on PS4. Drake and players will be traveling across the world in jungles, snowy tundra, by air, and by sea.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End releases on April 26, 2016.
This story trailer is the most substantial look players have gotten of Uncharted 4 yet. 2015’s E3 demo was a great vertical slice of gameplay but there is a lot to digest in this short two minutes. Without a doubt, this is shaping up to be one of the best looking games available. The wait has been a bit rough, especially with the recent delay, yet it definitely should be worth it.
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