Fourteen minutes and fifty-five seconds of thrilling Uncharted action is now live.
A few weeks ago I rambled on – in a jet-lagged state – about the Uncharted 4 demo shown at Sony’s E3 media briefing.
Later that week I stopped by the Sony booth and got the chance to watch the extended version. It really was quite something and now, at last, you can watch it too.
And make sure you do.
These 15 minutes of Uncharted 4 gameplay are probably more exciting and impressive than all of this year’s summer blockbusters put together. It’s a thrilling chase sequence that is completely player-controlled and bodes very well for the final product.
I’ll say it again. Bravo, Naughty Dog.
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