Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Gets New Trailer; Director Doesn’t Feel that the World Is “Done” Yet

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy for PS4 shows off its beauty in a new trailer, while its developers discuss the game and touch on the series' future.

on August 16, 2017 3:00 PM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment released a new trailer of its upcoming action-adventure game Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

The trailer showcases Creative Director Shaun Escayg, Game Director Kurt Margenau, and Co-Writer Josh Scherr as they talk about the upcoming title and show off some spiffy gameplay and cutscenes.

We hear about the work done on the quasi-open world area called The Western Ghats, and how the team tackled building non-linear portions of the game. In a lot of areas there are three different versions of the dialogue between Chloe and Nadine depending on how their relationship has progressed.

Escayg also mentions once more that he doesn’t feel like the Uncharted world is “done” yet, he thinks there is such a great cast of thieves, hustlers, warmongers, that there is a lot to choose from.

You can watch the trailer below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy another recent trailer unveiling the PlayStation Store unlock times, a “making-of” featurette, more gameplay video from Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong,  some 4K screenshots grabbed from a PS4 Proand another look at gameplay, showing the the Western Ghats are  itself. Yesterday, we even got wind on the upcoming update hitting both The Lost Legacy‘s and Uncharted 4‘s common multiplayer suite.

You should also definitely check out our recent hands-on preview, and our interview with Shaun Escayg, talking about several topics like the return of Chloe, development and much more.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will release in North America on August 22nd, and in Europe one day later, on August 23rd, exclusively for PS4.

 /  Executive News Editor
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