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Uncharted 4 wins the Golden Joystick Award for Best PlayStation Game of the Year

Nathan Drake's treasure hunting days may be over, but he can add one more shiny to his shelf: the 2016 Golden Joystick Award (opens in new tab) for PlayStation Game of the Year in association with Official PlayStation Magazine. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (opens in new tab) took home the biggest accolades in a category full of stiff competition from the likes of The Witness (opens in new tab), Firewatch (opens in new tab), and more.

Uncharted 4 came out on May 10, 2016 after a series of delays, bringing an end to Naughty Dog's work on the character-driven adventure series. The tale of action, mystery, and romance may continue at another studio, but Naughty Dog has bid Drake and company farewell (opens in new tab) after more than a decade working on their adventures - making this last bit of recognition from the Golden Joystick voting public all the sweeter.

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