Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Receives New E3 Teaser

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will be coming to PS4 in 2015.

The game was showcased this evening in the final moments of Sony’s E3 2014 press conference where a teaser trailer was played for the attending audience. The trailer, which runs for about two minutes, focused in on series protagonist Nathan Drake who will apparently be returning for the franchise’s fourth iteration.

When it begins Drake is lying on the edge of a riverbank, looking a tad roughed up. Waking up he grabs a nearby gun and heads into the jungle while a voice over of his character speaking to series mainstay and father-figure extraordinaire Victor “Sully” Sullivan. In their dialogue Sully tells Drake that he’s been “out of the game for a long time.” Drake responds by telling him that “he doesn’t have an option” and asking for his help.

The trailer ends with Sully agreeing and the camera panning out to reveal a collection of skeleton filled cages. After that the screen faded to reveal the game’s new title as well as its 2015 release window. The “At Thief’s End” subtitle and numbering, of course, are additions from the game’s original announcement which billed it as just “Uncharted.”

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3 Comments on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Receives New E3 Teaser


On June 10, 2014 at 5:24 am

The reason for me to pick up a PS4.


On June 10, 2014 at 5:34 am

Got no immediate plans to get a PS4 but, rest assured, I’ll be getting this when I do. The Uncharted games, while probably a little overrated (they’re way too linear, something which hopefully this one will address, and I’d like to see the amount of violence scaled down with emphasis on the puzzle-solving and climbing since it strains credulity that Drake can just mow down hundreds of men and never face trial or feel any guilt) are still some of the most fun and involving games out there, and push the limits of their host consoles. It’s not enough to make me rush out and get a PS4 as I can’t afford one at the moment, but it’s something to look forward to.


On June 14, 2014 at 2:58 pm

As excited as I am for this game, I think the fact that a game like this has to say it is taken directly from the console is a bit of a sad commentary on the way companies use gussied up trailers to generate hype. I’d like to see more companies letting the real product speak for itself.