Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is scheduled to arrive exclusively on Playstation 4 somtime during Spring 2016.
The world itself looks far more open than fans have come to expect from previous Uncharted games, and the level of environmental destruction appears to have been ratcheted up to new heights – particularly in the market stall section of the demo which saw nearly everything splintering into pieces under a hail of bullets.
Surprising no one, Sony closed out its E3 media briefing with a gameplay demonstration of Naughty Dog’s upcoming action-adventure game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Naughty Dog really knows how to handle dialogue that’s for sure.
The closest to riding that Nathan Drake has ever done in the Uncharted games would be that of horseback, despite the fact that a lot of vehicles have been showing.
Bluepoint Games has also added a range of improvements and additions across all three games, which were based on user feedback in community forms and social media posts. Naughty Dog said “you’ll have to wait a bit longer before we are ready to reveal more“.
Meyer, however, didn’t elaborate on the improvements for now.
This firefight was followed by a vehicle chase where the Drake, controlled by the player, has to drive a jeep and navigate the city streets while avoiding civilians and an armored truck with a machine gun. In addition, pre-ordering through the PlayStation Store will give them an exclusive PS4 dynamic theme.
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