Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Revealed At PSX 2016

From critically acclaimed developer Naughty Dog comes the first standalone adventure in Uncharted franchise history  – and it’s not headed up by Drake!

In order to recover a fabled ancient Indian artifact and keep it out of the hands of a ruthless war profiteer, Chloe Frazer must enlist the aid of renowned mercenary Nadine Ross. Together, they’ll venture deep into the mountains of India in search of the legendary artifact. Along the way, they’ll learn to work together to unearth the mystery of the artifact, fight their way through fierce opposition, and prevent the region from falling into chaos.

Following the reveal on stage at the PlayStation Experience show, Naughty Dog have revealed that The Lost Legacy started development as DLC for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, although plans soon changed:

When we began to plot out the story and our vision for the game, we realized we were building something more than an extension of Uncharted 4, and instead, a standalone story in the Uncharted universe. We wanted this adventure to feature all of the hallmarks of the series, from cinematic storytelling set within exotic destinations, to dynamic combat and intricate puzzles. It’s our biggest story expansion to-date and will be available as a standalone game on store shelves and for digital download.

The standalone physical release is quite significant, given that Naughty Dog’s previous ‘Story Expansion’ – The Last Of Us’ Left Behind – was available as a seperate digital download, but only made it to stores as part of that title’s remastered edition.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Revealed At PSX 2016

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