Lost Legacy Has Gone Gold

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has officially 'gone gold' developers Naughty Dog have announced. This means that the game has officially gone into production and is ready to be released and onto shelves on the 22nd of August 2017.

Lost Legacy Has Gone Gold
Naughty Dog, who are the developers of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, has taken to twitter to officially announce the game 'going to gold'. The announcement means that the standalone game is ready and has started to go into manufacture.

Furthermore, the game is set 6-12 months after the events of Uncharted 4. Naughty Dog has also confirmed that Nathan Drake, who is voiced by the talented Nolan North, will not be making any sort of cameo in the upcoming game, but the games writer and creator Shaun Escayg has hinted that it may not be the final instalment to the popular series.

The story is set in the Western Ghats, and sees the return of Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross (first introduced in Uncharted 4). Whereas previous Uncharted games have focused on famous historical figures e.g. Marco Polo and Francis Drake, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy focuses more on a region and culture with Chloe in search of the Tusk of Ganesh (treasure associated with region rather than individual figure)

The game is a PS4 exclusive and officially releases on August the 22nd in North America and the 23rd of August in the United Kingdom. The trailer for the game can be watched below:

UNCHARTED: The Lost Legacy – PS4 Story Trailer | E3 2017

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