Artistic lessons learned in The Last of Us will be part of Uncharted 4: "The spectacular can also be something small and intimate"
In Naughty Dog they insist that it will be Nathan's last adventure, although with his future "Sony can do whatever it wants."
The creative director of the long-awaited Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Neil Druckmann, has again insisted on something in which Naughty dog He has spoken at length as of late: the fourth chapter is Nathan Drake's last. He has spoken with the American portal The Sun and has advanced some new interesting details. The reason for the ending, of course, we still do not know, but Druckmann has stressed that "we have been with Nathan for a long time (…) he is at the peak of his popularity, so it will surely not be a good decision for the business, but I think that the the best way to honor him is precisely to end his story. "
The question is obvious: What would an outcome mean for Uncharted, as the title of the video game itself says, for Nathan Drake? Druckmann doesn't know either: "I don't know. In the end, it's Sony it owns the rights to Uncharted, so they can do whatever they want. "However, it seems that Naughty Dog has saved a letter about a future sequel with the explorer:" After the end of Uncharted 4 will be very hard to do a sequel with Nathan Drake. He stressed that he is the epicenter of adventure and that one of the axes will consist of "the balance in his family relationship, his friends and his passion, the things for which you would dedicate your life and make great sacrifices."
On the increase in spectacularity chapter after chapter in the original trilogy, Neil Druckmann has ensured that the objective with Uncharted 4 goes through other paths, and that although "in the first three the trajectory traced passed by being bigger and more bad-ass, we don't want to continue his line so as not to become a parody of ourselves. " The experience with The Last of Us has helped them learn several things: "Not everything spectacular is big and explosive; some things can be small and intimate, something that would introduce a different rhythm to Uncharted."
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is one of the most anticipated video games of 2016. It will be released exclusively on PlayStation 4 next April 27, 2016. It has recently been delayed, time the publisher intends to spend "making sure we get a few details polished before we present our 'gold master." Of course, "it has not been an easy decision to delay the release date, and we would not do it if we did not believe in our hearts that it is best for the game." Less is left.