Naughty Dog recently hosted a livestream where a couple of the guys from the game’s production took us through the preview level. That in itself wasn’t all that spectacular as we’ve already seen a ton of preview footage, but what they spoke about should come as good news to fans.
For photo-whores, Photo Mode will be included in the game and can be activated by simply pressing the L3 and R3 buttons. Photo Mode is a fan-favourite feature on PS4 so we’re happy it’s being included in Uncharted 4.
Now for the game’s trophies. The list isn’t publicly available just yet but we do know that one trophy is related to making Drake go all Splinter Cell by sneaking by guards instead of killing them. According to Naughty Dog there are a few instances in the game where the stealth approach is perfectly viable. In previous games stealth wasn’t really an option as when one enemy spotted you, they all knew you were there and would proceed to shoot the ever-living poop out of you.
The stealth aspect has also been incorporated into friendly AI. If you’re sneaking your way along without killing folks, you’re allies will follow your lead and tread lightly, though if you do get into a spot of bother and an enemy has grabbed a hold of you, then you can expect Sully to jump his old arse right onto them. He does well for a pensioner, doesn’t he?
There’s more info to come in the run up to the release of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and Naughty Dog has promised to deliver more videos and details on the game’s single player campaign as well as the multiplayer offering. Stick with Pure PlayStation and we’ll keep you in the loop.
Looking forward to Uncharted 4? Of course you are you ninny, so go and tell us what you’re hoping from Nate’s last adventure down in the comments section below.
We sometimes link to online retail stores. If you buy something from our links, we may make a small commission which goes towards keeping the lights on and coffee in the pot.
Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella. (Bronze trophies, that is – he only has one Platinum.)