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The Making of Uncharted 4, the Playable Summer Blockbuster
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will mark the closure of Nathan Drake’s decade long journey on PlayStation. From the very first Uncharted game, Naughty Dog has immensely entertained us.
From the exhilarating train sequence in Among Thieves, to the emotions we felt watching Sully get shot in Uncharted 3, each moment has been outstanding. It will all come to end on May 10, 2016 when Uncharted 4 releases on PlayStation 4.
The Making of Uncharted 4
Like previous games, ND wants each and every aspect of Uncharted 4 to be entertaining, immersive, and engaging enough so that you don’t put down your controller. They are defining A Thief’s End as a “playable summer blockbuster.”
The Making of Uncharted 4 shows how hard the game’s cast and developers have worked.
Uncharted 4’s been delayed three times and it is admirable how ND, instead of worrying about criticism over their decision, took all the time they needed to deliver their vision of the final Uncharted 4.
Currently, Uncharted 4 is close to going gold and will soon go into full production mode. This game not only excites you for Nathan Drake’s new adventure, but for what could be next from Naughty Dog.
Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida talked about The Last of Us 2 last year.
We haven’t confirmed The Last of Us 2, but ever since the launch of the first game, people like Neil are talking about some ideas for a potential sequel, some experiments that they want to do. It’s just talks around development. We have no confirmed information for the sequel. But, like many people, we wish to see what it’s going to be like..
We also wonder what it would be like. You can head over here to read-up on what else he had to say about the game.