The saddest PS4 yet is a just-announced limited edition Uncharted 4 model that comes bundled with Naughty Dog’s next action game and a DualShock 4 controller. How glum is this offering? The new special color is “gray-blue.” Let’s all give Nathan Drake a hug, mkay?
Two days before Christmas, Naughty Dog’s dropping a bit of coal in our stockings: they’re delaying Uncharted 4 to April 26, 2016.
Is... is that Carrot Top in the new Uncharted 4 trailer? This slo-mo CGI promo clip is running in front of some screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Too bad about that gold coin; could’ve used it for some multiplayer upgrades.
In the run up to Uncharted 4’s release, Naughty Dog’s hinted that this will probably be their last Uncharted. Also, it’s kinda in the title. “A Thief’s End” is a little, you know... final.
“I wouldn’t change anything,” Uncharted 4 creative director Neil Druckmann said during a panel today at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, when asked about having a white actress play a black character in the upcoming PS4 game. The casting had drawn some controversy in the last two days, since the…
The first look at the online competitive component for Uncharted 4 just went live today. Let’s take a look at how the new versions of Nathan Drake, Sully and Elena fare when running around and trying to kill each other.
“Uncharted 4 is the first PS4 entry in a series that has traditionally pushed boundaries,” read a recent preview by the website VG247. “Why does it feel so familiar?” Well... as it turns out, they were playing Uncharted 2.
The stubble simulator Uncharted 4 will be out March 18 for PS4. If you want to read about the preorder bonuses and blah blah blah I’m so bored I can’t even write the rest of that—anyway I’m psyched for this game it looks really cool go to the PS Blog if you want to find out about all the retailer-exclusive garbage.
In case you were wondering if Uncharted 4 was any good! Looks like there’s a glitch in Google’s Uncharted 4 shopping page. Good for a laugh.
The most impressive thing I saw at E3 was the behind-closed-doors extended demo of Uncharted 4, a video game about the power of stubble. Now, you can see it too.
The man who plays Nathan Drake says that eight months of story/performance work on Uncharted 4 was thrown out when Naughty Dog changed the creative leads on the game. In a video from a panel discussion at this past weekend’s MetroCon, North said that the scrapped work came from the script and ideas of former Naughty…
Sony decided to close out its E3 press conference this year with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. After a brief cutscene played, Nathan Drake was supposed to start moving through a crowd...but he just stood still...for a long time. That’s when co-director Bruce Straley started panicking.
Just look at it. Thanks, NeoGAF.
The next entry in Naughty Dog's well-loved action/adventure franchise won't be out this year, according to Uncharted 4 directors Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann.
In which, for a fleeting moment, Nathan Drake is convinced he's the other Drake.
Most people probably looked at the first footage of Nathan Drake's next adventure and were impressed by how Uncharted 4 looked. Not photographer Adam Myhill. He thinks the lighting in A Thief's End could be improved. And went ahead and showed how it could happen.
In video games we do many things. We run, we jump, we punch, we shoot and we climb.
We've seen Uncharted 4 in action. Here's a closer look at the star of the game, Nathan Drake—and how Naughty Dog updated the character.
Sony's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas unveiled new footage for Uncharted 4. It's all realtime, running on the PlayStation 4, and it looks fantastic.