Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Gets Beautiful Gameplay Footage; New Uncharted 4 Multiplayer Update Debuts

Naughty Dog showcased new gameplay of its standalone Uncharted game Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

on June 20, 2017 3:02 PM

Today Naughty Dog showcased a brand new slice of gameplay of its upcoming standalone Uncharted game Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

We get to see the demo that was shown behind closed doors at E3, with Nadine and Chloe traversing a beautiful Indian landscape, with plenty of jungle to brave and all the ruins you’d expect from an Uncharted game.

We also get a healthy dose of firefights and exploration, with a sprinkle of story as the two unlikely heroines encounter the new villain Asav.

On top of the single player gameplay, we get a look at the new multiplater update debuting today for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, named the Classic Throwback DLC and including two new weapons, three new Survival boosters, over 60 new character skins and accessories, thirteen new taunts, and more. Classic Mode also becomes a permanent gametype and a new mode is added for ranked play: King of the Hill.

The update is already available now, and will be included in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy when it launches exclusively for PS4 on August 22nd in North America, and August 23rd in Europe.

Below you can read the full list of items included in the update, and check out both videos.

  • Two new weapons:
    • Carrigan 53 Long Gun
    • GX3-9 Long Gun
  • 40 new character skins, including new sports-themed sets
  • 21 new vanity items
  • 13 new taunts
  • 16 new weapon skins
  • Three new Survival boosters
  • New Ranked season rewards
  • Challenges for new items

If you want to see more, you can can enjoythe E3 trailer, some more gameplay, and a batch of gorgeous screenshots.


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