New 'Uncharted 4: A Thief's End' Release Date, News & Update: What To Expect On Disc Design, Fans Reactions Here
Naughty Dog Studios finally shared the 'Uncharted 4: A Thief's End' official disc design via the studio's creative director, Neil Druckmann's Twitter account last Saturday. Gaming fans all over the world reacted overwhelmingly as it signaled an end to wait of the much-anticipated continuation of the 'Uncharted' game series.
(blood + sweat + tears) x years = pic.twitter.com/NfYcfhrcZA— Neil Druckmann (@Neil_Druckmann) April 23, 2016
'Uncharted 4: A Thief's End' is scheduled to be released on May 10 exclusively for PlayStation 4, according to GamePur. The halt on all reviews will be lifted the same day. The 'Uncharted 4' plot remains unchanged. It will still be about the ex-fortune hunter, Nathan Drake, shook out of his happy marriage and retirement life when his brother, Sam, suddenly reappeared after being presumed dead. It is set several years after 'Uncharted' 3.
Fans' obvious relief is of value after dealing with an almost 2-year gap since the 'Uncharted 4' announcement and an alarming exit of vital team members from Naughty Dog in 2014. Series writer and director Amy Hennig was one of the people who left and caused worries among fans about the future of the 'Uncharted 4' installment. According to Game Rant, Naughty Dog Studio co-presidents Evan Wells and Christopher Balestra easily dismissed the issue as "just business as usual at the studio - where employees come and go (just like any other company)."
Naughty Dog insisted that players will be amazed by their 'realistic' approach to game design as evident in both 'Uncharted' 2 and 3. With a clearer plot released, 'Uncharted 4' seems to be living up to the promise of "new way" to experience the characters and world of Nathan Drake".
Recently, 'Uncharted 4: A Thief's End' was included in the Verge's 2016 'Top 44 Games We Can't Wait To Play' list and tells future players that they can great changes in environments, choices in dialogues,and multiplayer mode.