Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Won’t Include Nathan Drake, Naughty Dog Says

Set roughly six months after Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and following Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross as they attempt to find the Tusk of Ganesh on the southern tip of India, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy won’t feature an appearance by Nathan Drake, Naughty Dog has revealed. Writer Josh Scherr explained on the PlayStation Blog: We entertained a few possible ideas around including Nate as a secondary character. But everything we did felt superfluous because we tied it all up with Uncharted 4. Game Director Kurt Margenau added, “We’re not going to touch on Nathan Drake in this, at all.” As for what Nate might be up to during the events of The Lost Legacy, Scherr said, “You can sort of imagine Drake sitting on the couch playing Crash Bandicoot while Chloe and Nadine are off galavanting.” Margenau added, “Yeah, the Crash Bandicoot remaster.” In terms of environments in The Lost Legacy, you can expect jungles, mountains, temples, and the urban area shown in the trailer. Along with traversal challenges, puzzles, and shootouts in those environments, The Lost Legacy will also include new hidden treasures. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is scheduled for a 2017 launch, but according to Sony Interactive Entertainment America Social Media Director Sid Shuman, it was “still early in development” when…

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Nathan Drake Will Not Make A Cameo in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Today, Sid Shuman, Social Media Director at SIEA, took to the PlayStation Blog and revealed some interesting new tidbits — which came from his “unprecedented access to the minds” at developer Naughty Dog — about the upcoming …Read More The post Nathan Drake Will Not Make A Cameo in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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New Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Character Images Released, Villain Played By Usman Ally

Naughty Dog Creative Director and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy writer, Shaun Escayg, has shared some new character art from the upcoming stand-alone expansion for A Thief’s End. The images show Nadine Ross, Chloe Frazer, and villain Asav, who is played by Obie award-winning actor Usman Ally. Check them out below. Nadine Ross @LauraBaileyVO pic.twitter.com/YzS5NMwrOz — Shaun Escayg (@ShaunEscayg) March 18, 2017 Asav- @UsmanAlly1 pic.twitter.com/cBGzJSvYx3 — Shaun Escayg (@ShaunEscayg) March 18, 2017 Uncharted – The Lost Legacy- Chloe Frazer @TheClaudiaBlack – brace yourselves! pic.twitter.com/MiGfUHdTMf — Shaun Escayg (@ShaunEscayg) March 18, 2017 Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is scheduled for release on the PlayStation 4 sometime this year. Naughty Dog recently said that it’s unlikely the studio will produce another game in the series. “I would never say never, but we’ve got The Last of Us Part II on our plates and there’s so much other stuff that [we want to explore],” explained Co-President Evan Wells. We’re told that the developer wants to explore new ideas. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Gets New Screenshot and Character Art: Chloe, Nadine and Asav

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New Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Concept Art Revealed; Art Direction Harkens Back to Uncharted 1 and 2

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Meet the Antagonist of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Today, some new Uncharted: The Lost Legacy details have emerged thanks to the latest issue of Game Informer, which features the game as its cover story. Specifically, new details on the game’s antagonist, Asav, have been provided. …Read More The post Meet the Antagonist of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Gets New Story Details; Naughty Dog Talks About How it Considered Other Characters to Star in the Expansion

More Uncharted: The Lost Legacy details and tidbits have surfaced thanks to the latest issue of Game Informer (relayed by GameSpot), which features the game as its cover story. Such details include new story information, as well …Read More The post Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Gets New Story Details; Naughty Dog Talks About How it Considered Other Characters to Star in the Expansion by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Contains the Series’ Largest-Ever Level

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will contain the largest level developer Naughty Dog has ever made for an Uncharted game. The news comes via the latest issue of Game Informer, where Naughty Dog confirms the level, which will …Read More The post Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Contains the Series’ Largest-Ever Level by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Will Be More “Focused” and Spend More Time on Character Development

Today, new details about the upcoming Uncharted standalone expansion, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy have surfaced thanks to a new interview between Game Informer and Naughty Dog’s creative director Shaun Escayg and game director Kurt Margenau. …Read More The post Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Will Be More “Focused” and Spend More Time on Character Development by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

The Likelihood of a New Uncharted Game After The Lost Legacy “Is Low,” Says Naughty Dog

[embedded content] Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is on the cover of Game Informer’s April issue, meaning that you can expect more details on the upcoming standalone story chapter throughout the month. In the coverage trailer released today, you can hear various members of Naughty Dog offer their thoughts on The Lost Legacy. “It allows us to put all the best parts of Uncharted in a streamlined story,” Creative Director and Writer Shaun Escayg says. Naughty Dog Co-President Evan Wells adds, “Everyone’s still really excited about Uncharted. I think there will be an empty spot in everyone’s heart if we never come back.” Asked by Game Informer about the future of the Uncharted series, Wells reiterated that Naughty Dog is done with Naughty Drake, as the studio feels they wrapped up his story perfectly. Wells added: I would say that Naughty Dog doing an Uncharted after this is unlikely. I would never say never, but we’ve got The Last of Us Part II on our plates and there’s so much other stuff that [we want to explore]. It’d be hard. If we magically had that two-team, three-team studio, sure – it’d be great to keep doing it. We really love the franchise, but the studio has limited resources and lots…

Looking Forward to Sony’s 2017 Published Games

PlayStation LifeStyle recently took a look at Sony’s 2016 published games, so it only made sense to look into the future. After all, the only thing more exciting than the games PlayStation 4 owners can already play are the ones that are still being worked on. So, check out what Sony 2017 games are currently set for release. Just a note: several of Sony’s upcoming games don’t have any sort of release date at all attached to them. That meant that games like Dreams, Farpoint, Detroit: Become Human, and Matterfall were left off the list. Those very well could end up being 2017 releases, but Sony isn’t ready to date them. Check out the full list of Sony 2017 games below: Currently the 13 games can be broken down into three categories: original games, sequels, and remasters. There are currently three original games set to release in 2017 (although that can certainly change): Nioh, Drawn to Death, and Horizon Zero Dawn. Meanwhile, there are four remastered titles and six sequels. It’s also worth noting that more games will almost definitely be announced as the year goes on. This is only a taste of what 2017 will have to offer, but huge releases are typically known for a…

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Can Bring Expansions Back to Prominence

One of the first video games that I really fell in love with was the original Half-Life. Valve Corporation’s first-person shooter blew me away with its fantastic artificial intelligence, and I ended up exploring every inch of the Black Mesa Research Facility. It took six years for an equally stellar sequel to be made, but thankfully I didn’t have to wait nearly as long to get more of the action I craved. I only had to wait one year to experience more Half-Life due to Gearbox Software developing an expansion called Opposing Force. This title showed the events of the first game from a different perspective, as I was no longer playing as Gordon Freeman, but a U.S. Marine that was viewed as an enemy in the original game. It did just enough different to provide a fascinating and fresh take on something I had largely seen before (especially since very little changed from a gameplay perspective). Back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, it wasn’t uncommon for these types of expansions to come out for popular titles (Half-Life even ended up receiving two additional ones called Blue Shift and Decay). These types of sizable expansions eventually fell out of favor, as yearly sequels became a regular occurrence…

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New Sony Video Highlights Some of the PS4 Console Exclusives Coming in 2017

[embedded content] In a newly released video by PlayStation Europe, they showcase “just a few of the PS4 console exclusives we have coming” in 2017. Although Detroit: Become Human and Dreams (two games without release windows) are featured in the video, suggesting 2017 launches for both, Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida tweeted that they were mistakenly included. Here’s all of the PS4 titles you’ll see in the video, complete with the listed exclusivity status (“console exclusive” essentially means it’s also coming to PC): Gran Turismo Sport (PS4 exclusive) Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4 console exclusive) Drawn to Death (PS4 exclusive) NieR: Automata (PS4 exclusive) Detroit: Become Human (PS4 exclusive) Yakuza 0 (PS4 exclusive) Farpoint (PSVR exclusive) Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (PS4 exclusive) Matterfall (PS4 exclusive) Gravity Rush 2 (PS4 exclusive) WipEout Omega Collection (PS4 exclusive) MLB The Show 17 (PS4 exclusive) New Everybody’s Golf (PS4 exclusive) Dreams (PS4 exclusive) Pyre (PS4 console exclusive) Persona 5 (PS4 console exclusive) Nioh (PS4 console exclusive) World of Warriors (PS4 exclusive) Nex Machina (PS4 console exclusive) Knack 2 (PS4 exclusive) PaRappa the Rapper Remastered (PS4 exclusive) Starblood Arena (PSVR exclusive) Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 exclusive) It’s worth noting that NieR: Automata is also coming to PC, Nioh appears to be a full PS4 exclusive, and Persona READ FULL…