Release date: 10.05.16
Return to Naughty Dog's flagship franchise as Nathan Drake in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Begin a journey across the globe in search of unimaginable treasure in the most technically-advanced Uncharted game to date.Read More About Uncharted 4
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End sees Nathan Drake returning to his roots and exploring exactly what it means to be forced back into the world of thieves. Embark on a journey across the world through jungle isles, urban cities, and snow-capped peaks in order to track down Captain Henry Avery's long-lost treasure, testing Drake's physical limits and resolve.
Experience the high visual fidelity of the PS4 with Nathan's Uncharted 4 model containing more than double the polygons of Joel, the protagonist of Naughty Dog's last heavy hitter, The Last of Us on PlayStation 3.
Every treasure has its price. Thrown back into the dangerous underworld he'd tried to leave behind, Nathan Drake must decide what he's willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves.
Join Drake, Sam, Elena and Sully on an epic adventure around the globe, through jungle isles, bustling cities and snow-capped peaks in search of a lost future.
To commemorate Uncharted 4's release, we're rolling out the red - er, blue - carpet with a special Limited Edition Uncharted 4 PlayStation 4 bundle.
Unlike Nathan Drake, you don't need to trek through Madagascar to find this treasure.
This bundle includes a Limited Edition 1TB PS4 in Grey Blue featuring a silk-screened image of Nathan Drake, as well as a matching DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller and a copy of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
A new adventure on a new console
Drake and company will make their official next-generation debut with the fourth instalment of the series, but you may have caught up on his adventures with the recently released Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection earlier in the year. Whereas that release was a compilation of Nathan's greatest hits, Uncharted 4 marks the first time a game in this series was built from the ground up on the PS4.
Uncharted has always looked gorgeous, from its huge landscapes and warm environments down to subtle, yet technically complex elements like Nathan's shirt showing an increased weight when drenched, or realistic footprints on a snowy mountaintop.
In the Uncharted 4 footage we've seen, you can tell the powerful hardware allows for an even more immersive environment. Whether Nathan explores a cave with a flashlight that bounces light realistically around your surroundings, or the textured lush greenery scattered along one of the game's many cliff sides, you can tell developer Naughty Dog is striving for increased realism.