In Terms of what we’ve actually seen of the game, we don’t have a great deal to go on other than Nathan Drakes lovely face. In fairness, though, for a series that’s thrived on its good looks and a game that’s likely to be a showpiece for the PS4, the sheer level of detail that was apparent in that initial reveal is worth mentioning. You can see the pores on his face, scratches, beads of sweat and the small wrinkles of a Nathan Drake who is preparing to embark on his last adventure. Oh, and Naughty
Dog has already said that scene in which we see a battered, bruised and unconscious Drake rise From the floor, load his gun and stride into the rainforest is in engine. That means Uncharted 4 is probably going to look incredible.


Despite the fact that’s all we’ve seen of the game itself so far, there are some more deductions we can make about Uncharted 4in light of concept art shared online. Some of that concept art looks similar in terms of location to what we saw in the Uncharted 4 trailer. Given that the original teaser trailer for the game showed a map that hovered over Madagascar and Africa’s Cape of Good Hope, it seems reasonable to deduce that it is in one of those locations.

In other concept art images, we see an old, ruined and half-submerged city, which Drake is investigating on a jet-ski and some artwork showing fully submerged buildings. It would be tempting to think this is an Atlantis reference, but the buildings are nowhere near old enough for that to be the case. Still, we can surmise that it’s possible you’ll be doing some diving in Uncharted 4 in order to discover some lost treasure or other.