Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
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The saga of Naughty Dog's swashbuckling treasure hunter Nathan Drake concludes (for now) in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Set three years after Uncharted 3, A Thief's End finds Drake retired from adventuring and settled down with his wife Elena Fisher, only to receive a surprise visit from his older brother Sam, who was long thought to be dead. But Sam's life is now definitely in danger, and the brothers head off on a journey around the globe looking for the fabled pirate colony Libertalia and the long-lost treasure of the notorious pirate Captain Henry Avery. The mix of gunplay, puzzle solving, and melee combat should be familiar to fans of Uncharted series, but A Thief's End adds a few new wrinkles to the series' formula. The game's environments are still linear, with a set beginning and end, but the spaces are much larger, with a greater focus on verticality, and players can explore them in a number of different ways. Gamers can now drive a jeep through certain levels, Drake can make use of ropes, and there is a greater emphasis on stealth opportunities than ever before. For the first time, the single-player mode in an Uncharted title offers real-time cut-scenes, and multiplayer fans can join friends for a variety of different competitive modes.