While some big games are being released up to the end of 2015, that doesn’t meant that others aren’t reaching their own milestones. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is still moving towards completion, with some of the motion capture work already being completed.
Neil Druckmann, Creative Director and writer for Naughty Dog, revealed this news in a tweet you can see below. Posting images of both Victor Sullivan (Sully) and Emily Rose (Elena) he revealed that their work on the motion capture has now come to an end:
— Neil Druckmann (@Neil_Druckmann) August 20, 2015
While we’ll have seen some of this in the footage we’ve seen of the game, most of it will be under wraps now until the release in March 2016. This is still some time off, but it is still interesting to hear some news from behind the scenes of the game.
By the time we finally get to March 2016, hopefully we’ll have completed some of the games that are releasing in the next few months. This includes Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, which is coming October 7. Featuring the remastered versions of the first three games, it will work as a perfect way to kill time until the fourth game is finally released.
With Nolan North’s Nathan Drake not being included in the images this probably means he still has work to do on the motion capture side of things, and this comes as no surprise as he obviously plays a bigger part.
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