Report: Uncharted PS4 Gameplay Quality similar to The Last of Us Cutscenes

A new report has surfaced online regarding Uncharted PS4; The next entry in Naughty Dog‘s Award winning series with some interesting results. As this article is being typed; Naughty Dog are hard at work on their game for the PlayStation 4 which was revealed as Uncharted last November.

After the relatively short teaser trailer which got PlayStation fans psyched without giving anything away, A nice new treat has appeared in the form of a new report from industry insider; Thuway who confirmed on his twitter that the gameplay quality on the next Uncharted title “is comparable to the cutscenes in The Last of Us.” In addition to this; The report also mentioned the possibility of a Boat appearing so whether or not this could mean Naughty Dog are considering attempting the Action-Adventure Naval Combat recently made popular again by the Assassin’s Creed series or they are just planning some levels based on a ship similar to Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, Nobody knows at this point. As of this moment; Neither Naughty Dog or Sony have confirmed any of the details in this report so stay vigilant for updates. If you haven’t seen it yet, Check out the teaser trailer for Uncharted below.

So what do you guys think? Do you hope the gameplay quality is similar to the cutscenes of The Last of Us? How would you feel about Naval Combat? Do you hope Nathan Drake returns? To be honest I hope Nate returns but from the sound of this report I hope they include playable Sir Francis Drake segments but anyway that’s just me; So be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and remember to follow us on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn & Reddit.

Article by Matthew McNamee

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