Top 6 Tracks From The Uncharted Franchise

Naughty Dog's Uncharted series is one of the best franchises available to the PlayStation owner. If you have read previous articles of mine, you will likely appreciate my intimacy for the games. But, more importantly, if you've played them for yourself, I'm sure you'll know how astonishing they are. However, what are the best musical scores of the outstanding franchise? Let's took a look.

Top 6 Tracks From Uncharted

Before we proceed, this list is solely based on my opinion, and does not represent the opinion of the entirety of the KeenGamer staff. So, if you disagree with my choices, feel free to comment in section below. Besides that, lets get on with the musical list. In addition, please be sure to check out our list of the greatest recent game soundtracks if you haven't already.  

6) Uncharted 4: A Thief's End – New Devon 

The first track on our list comes from Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which was released in 2016, and was the last instalment of Nathan Drake's epic story. The track in question, composed by Henry Jackson, titled New Devon, captures what the Uncharted franchise is about – the simulation of an action packed Indiana Jones styled historical adventure.

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - OST - New Devon

5) Uncharted 3: Drake's deception – Museum bust

Although Uncharted 3 is not as popular among some fans of the franchise, Uncharted 3 still has a great soundtrack, and is intriguingly different in comparison to the other additions of the franchise. The track I have selected is from the part of the game where you play as a young Nathan Drake and steal the ring of Sir Francis Drake from a Columbian museum. The track has some really neat Latin America guitar and trumpet elements, which make it so different to other soundtracks in the outstanding franchise. 

Uncharted 3 Soundtrack - 22 - Museum Bust

4) Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – End of the Line

After Nathan Drake's story came to end in 2016, I really did not know what to expect from Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. But, after it was released in August last year, I was really impressed with the world Naughty Dog created without Nathan Drake. Additionally, the game had a superb soundtrack, which was once again composed by Henry Jackman, and I have picked a track from the later part of the 2017 title.

3) Uncharted 2: Among Thieves – Reunion

Undoubtably my favourite game of all time, Uncharted 2 is an absolute masterpiece created by Naughty Dog, and will remain one of the best PlayStation exclusive games on the market. With a expertly crafted story and loveable characters, the soundtrack to Uncharted 2 is alluring to any gamer, and proves to be an added bonus to this great game. The track I have selected, composed by Greg Edmonson, is a stunning part of the Uncharted 2 soundtrack, and perfectly captures the setting and theme of the story.

2) Uncharted 4: A Thief's End – Brother's Keeper 

This track effectively ended Nathan Drake's story, and what a way for him to go out. In the track, there is a great mix of tense action, and nostalgia, which ends the story of one of the greatest video games characters to hit gamer's screens. I feel there is little I can do to explain the greatness of this soundtrack, so if you listen to it, I'm sure you'll get my meaning.

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - OST - Brother's Keeper

1) Uncharted 4: A Thief's End – CUt to the chase

Once again composed by Henry Jackson, this track suits the Uncharted franchise to a tee; tense, fast, and thrilling 'Cut to the Chase' is what Uncharted is all about. This track was not only featured in Uncharted 4 but Uncharted: The Lost Legacy as well, so I'm not the only person who thinks its great. Take a listen and see what you think.

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - OST - Cut to the Chase

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