Uncharted 4 designer explains why it will be the last game in the series for Naughty Dog

They claim that these adventure games are very difficult to do.

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is the farewell to Naughty dog of the action and adventure saga starring Nathan Drake as is well known. But why? The designer Robert Cogburn, who is mainly responsible for these tasks in the new game, has explained why to the Kotaku portal.

"This will be our fourth Uncharted", recalled the creative. "And these games are hard to make. Particularly having a character like Nathan Drake in a down-to-earth world. It's challenging considering how much we've expanded his world while sticking to these kinds of rules."

"Battles having to answer the same questions over and over again in any franchise. This is going to be the fourth time that we have to face questions like how to scale the combat experience or what puzzles can we introduce ... All that not to mention of questions that would be the same in future games we do, but as a study we are a little tired to answer the same questions in the same universe. "