Uncharted 4: A Thief's End may be Naughty Dog's last hurrah with Nathan Drake, but that journey didn't end with what's on the disc. Single-player DLC has been planned since before Uncharted 4's launch, and today we got our first look at Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
The gameplay trailer opened with a woman dressed in a hijab checking her phone, clearly communicating with some mysterious entity. Our heroine slowly skulks through the streets of some war-torn foreign country, where armed guards patrol and intimidate civilians (or clean up their corpses from the street). Clearly, not a safe place to be.
After picking a lock with her hairpin, our heroine sneaks up onto the roof to meet her contact, but she gets a text telling her to forget the roof. Too late. Guards approach, and a fistfight breaks out. Our girl clearly knows how to handle herself, and manages to fight off the armed men. She's joined by another woman, and once the dust settles we see that it's Nadine, the mercenary leader from A Thief's End. Our leading lady takes off her headscarf and reveals herself to be Chloe. Cue wild cheers from the audience.
The Naughty Dog Twitter account has revealed that The Lost Legacy will be a standalone chapter, so you won't need to own Uncharted 4 to play it.
With Uncharted 4 single-player DLC presumably now off their plates, maybe co-directors Neil Druckmann and Bruce Straley can get back to those The Last of Us 2 prototypes.
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