According to Naughty Dog, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End‘s opening sequence surpasses all of their other games, even The Last of Us‘ emotional and powerful beginning. According to Naughty Dog’s Communication’s Director Arne Meyer, “this is probably one of the best opening sequences as well. That feeling of wanting to keep playing and wanting to know where it goes continues the entire game.” This leaves high expectations for what the game will entail from the beginning all the way to the end. Earlier this week, Naughty Dog released some gameplay that shows off the stunning work they have put in to this game.
Naughty Dog says how The Last of Us helped make Uncharted 4 a better game. From new stealthy game mechanics to crafting abilities, this is good to hear since this is the final installment of the Nathan drake story. The story will be more of a wide linear one meaning that the player will not be fully directed towards objectives and will be able to take their own approach on a mission, whether that is to be stealthy about the mission or just run in guns blazing. This is brought to give the players the idea that “You are Drake. Whatever you’re thinking is what he’s thinking.”
Uncharted 4 has made such a large impression to the gaming world that earlier this week, Sam Lake of Quantum Break said Uncharted “raises the bar.” After all of the delays Uncharted 4 will finally be released on May 10 exclusively for PS4 for a price of $60.