• Jun 17, 2017

    Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Gameplay Debuting on June 20


    It’s been an amazing week for Naughty Dog at E3. We opened the PlayStation Press Conference with our all-new trailer for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and over the last few days, we’ve had a packed schedule of live shows, interviews, and demoing never before seen gameplay at the PlayStation booth. Thank you to everyone who came down to see us!

    However, we wanted to make sure that everyone following along from home would also have a chance to see the E3 demo. Next Tuesday, June 20, we’re going to be debuting our E3 gameplay demo from Uncharted: The Lost Legacy gameplay live on Twitch.tv/NaughtyDog, starting at 10:00am PT/1:00pm  ET/7:00pm CET (Find Your Time Zone).  Tune in to hear from Creative Director, Shaun Escayg, and Game Director, Kurt Margenau as they share more details about the game and answer viewer questions.

    We’ll also be revealing our new DLC update for Uncharted 4: Multiplayer and Survival, which will be launching later that day and included with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy in August.

    Mark your calendars! You won’t want to miss this.

    For more updates, keep an eye on our official TwitterFacebook, and Instagram channels.

  • Jun 12, 2017

    Watch the New E3 Story Trailer for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy


    The launch of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is just around the corner and we can’t wait to get it into your hands. This week at E3, we’re excited to share a closer look at what awaits you on August 22, kicking things off with our all-new story trailer. If you missed it during the PlayStation E3 Showcase or just want to watch it again, check it out here:


    As you can see, we’ve had a chance to take the best of Uncharted—the set pieces, the puzzles, cinematic storytelling, and exotic locales—and tell a completely new story with Chloe Frazer at the helm. She’s on the hunt for the legendary golden Tusk of Ganesh forged by the ancient Hoysala Empire, and to find it, she enlists the help of Nadine Ross. However, if there’s anything we know about Chloe and Nadine, it’s that they both keep things close to the vest. Over the course of the story, we’ll explore Chloe and Nadine’s struggle to trust one another.

    But they aren’t the only ones searching for the Tusk. The story trailer also introduces our new antagonist: Asav. He’s a calm, calculating, and ruthless warmonger that is waging a civil war in the region. To keep it from falling into Asav’s hands, Chloe and Nadine will travel from war-torn city streets to the depths of India’s Western Ghats mountain range and the ruins of the Hoysala Empire.

    Alongside the story trailer, we’re also debuting our new extended gameplay demo at E3. If you’re visiting the show, be sure to come see us at the PlayStation booth and be among the first in the world to see it. If you’re following along from home, don’t worry–we’ve got you covered. Keep an eye out later this week for details on when you can see the E3 demo.

    In the meantime, be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more updates from E3.

    Shaun Escayg, Creative Director

    Kurt Margenau, Game Director


  • Apr 11, 2017

    Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Launching August 22

    Naughty Dog


    We’ve been hard at work since revealing Uncharted: The Lost Legacy at PSX building a story and an experience that joins a new protagonist, fan favorite Chloe Frazer, with all of the hallmarks of an Uncharted adventure. Today, we’re excited to share new footage and additional details about the game you’ve been eagerly waiting for—beginning with our release date. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will launch on August 22, 2017 in North America for $39.99 USD, $49.99 CAD. The Lost Legacy will arrive on August 23 in Europe.

    In December we said that we’re approaching this project as a true Uncharted game—complete with its own deep narrative with complex character development, all-new destinations, refined gameplay, and blockbuster cinematic moments. We’re especially excited to have Chloe as our new protagonist and explore more of her story as she and Nadine venture across India in search of the fabled Tusk of Ganesh. To that end, we wanted to share a new scene from early on in the game as Chloe and Nadine try to unravel the clues leading to the Tusk’s location. Check it out:


    Finally, you may have heard that our friends at PlayStation are bringing all four of the original Jak and Daxter PS2 classics to the PS4 via PS Store later this year. As beloved games in Naughty Dog history, we couldn’t imagine a better pairing for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Anyone that pre-orders The Lost Legacy at participating retailers will receive a free digital copy of Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy for PS4 when it launches on August 22. For those who pre-order on PS Store, you’ll also get an Uncharted: The Lost Legacy PS4 theme designed by Truant Pixel.

    If you picked up the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Digital Deluxe Edition, Explorer’s Pack, or the Triple Pack, you’ll get Uncharted: The Lost Legacy as a digital download at launch. Owners of these products are not eligible for any pre-order bonuses.

    We look forward to sharing more details about Uncharted: The Lost Legacy soon.

    -Shaun Escayg

  • Dec 14, 2016

    Uncharted 4: Survival Mode Today, New Multiplayer Updates

    Naughty Dog

    Hello everyone! Vinit Agarwal here from Naughty Dog. Today, I’m happy to announce that our next major update to Uncharted 4 launches today, and with it, our new mode: Survival. Survival is our new cooperative mode where you and up to two of your friends can take on 50 waves of increasingly skilled enemies, a variety of challenging objectives and modifiers, and intense boss battles. Feel like playing solo or not (yet) a PlayStation Plus member? You can still hop in and play Survival by yourself. With multiple difficulty levels, its own dedicated progression system, unlockable rewards, and yes, new Trophies–we’re excited for the community to jump in and take on Survival. If you want an in-depth look at what to expect, don’t miss my post from earlier this month that outlines all of the new features. You can also check out the Survival launch trailer below.

    Survival isn’t all you’ll find in our latest patch—we’re also adding a ton of new content for Uncharted 4 Multiplayer, including two new maps, five flashback weapons, new vanity items and color variant options, as well as an all-new mode: King of the Hill.

    • New Maps: Train Wreck (from Uncharted 2) and Prison
    • Returning Classic Weapons: M4 Assault Rifle, PAK-80 Light Machine Gun, Micro 9mm Automatic Pistol, Para 9 Pistol, and the Desert 5 Pistol (Heavy Weapon)
    • New Beta Test Playlist Mode: King of the Hill – teams to compete to retain control of a single Hill and earn Victory Points. Respawning restricted when your team controls the Hill
    • New Character Skins: 48 new character skins, including new Biker-themed skins
    • New Color Customization: Customize any character skin with 25 unique color variants
    • New Multiplayer Levels and Rewards: Max rank increased to Level 90 with two new vanity unlocks
    • New Challenges: Earn Relics with new Challenges for Multiplayer and Survival

    Uncharted 4 Survival

    Alongside all of the new content in the Survival update, we’re also revamping our Multiplayer economy. We’ve been listening to your feedback and we’re making to changes to the Multiplayer experience to make it more rewarding. Starting today, we’re permanently reducing the cost of in-game chests, making it easier to unlock new vanity and gameplay items. We’re also introducing Relic Boosters that give you a 300% increase in Relics earned for completing matches and also include a stackable bonus for all other players on your team. Anyone who purchases or has purchased Uncharted Points in the past will also earn VIP Status, which includes a permanent 20% bonus to all Relics earned from Challenges. Check out our patch notes page for a full list of the Economy 2.0 changes.

    Thanks you for all of your continued support and feedback. We look forward to hearing about your experiences in Survival and seeing you online in Multiplayer! Until the next time, stay tuned to Naughty Dog’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat pages for updates.

  • Dec 12, 2016

    Uncharted 4: Survival Launching This Week

    Naughty Dog


    The wait is nearly over, Uncharted 4: Survival will launch this week, bringing a new cooperative and solo experience to Uncharted 4, plus new competitive multiplayer content. In preparation for the arrival of the Survival update, we’re hosting a live stream on Tuesday, December 13. Tune in as we debut the new maps, mode, weapons, and more coming to Uncharted 4: Multiplayer, as well as extended live gameplay from Survival.





    We’ll be kicking things off at 11:00am PT/2:00pm ET/8:00pm CET on Twitch.tv/NaughtyDog. Be sure to jump into the chat for a chance to have your questions answered live on-stream by the developers. Be sure to stay tuned to our Facebook,Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat channels for all the latest updates.

  • Dec 11, 2016

    Uncharted 4: Survival Revealed, Go Hands-on at PSX

    Naughty Dog


    Since announcing it as part of our Uncharted 4 Multiplayer road map back in May, one of the most common questions we get is: what’s in store for co-op? Well, today I’m excited to give you a first look at Uncharted 4: Survival, our new cooperative and solo mode that will make its public hands-on debut at PlayStation Experience next week and launch in mid-December.

    Survival is a wave-based mode where you and up to two additional friends can take on swarms of increasingly powerful enemies and unique objectives. If you played Co-Op Arena from Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3, you’re going to feel right at home in Survival. We’ve built upon and evolved the core gameplay experience with an entirely new level of depth, challenge, and variety. From new enemy types and powerful new bosses to a dedicated progression system and expansive upgradable arsenal, Survival is all about strategy, camaraderie, and skill.




    Across 50 waves and 10 maps, you’ll face off against Shoreline mercenaries, heavily armored Brutes, Snipers, Hunters, and more that will only get more precise, more aggressive, and better equipped as time goes on. Every 10 waves culminates in an intense boss battle, including our all-new Pirate Warlords. Inspired by the story of Uncharted 4, some of the Founders of Libertalia have arrived to hunt you down with powerful Mystical attacks. Don’t miss Adam Baldridge himself as the Djinn-wielding Warlord boss in the video above.

    But Survival requires more than just dispatching enemies. To reach wave 50, you’ll need to work your way through objective modes where victory depends on defending a particular area, collecting treasures within a time limit, or taking out marked enemies. We might even throw a curveball at you from time to time, like when an active modifier makes it so only pistols, headshots, or melee attacks do damage to enemies. As you take out enemies and complete objectives, you’ll earn in-game cash, which can be used to unlock and equip weapons and gear via arsenal crates around the map. You can buy everything from Heavy Weapons, long guns, Mysticals, and more.

    Survival also features its own dedicated progression system, Relic Challenges, and loadouts. As you rank up, you’ll earn upgrades for your weapons, as well as new items, such as Survival-exclusive boosters. There are also vanity items that can only earned by playing Survival, but can be used to deck out your character in both Survival and Multiplayer. Best of all, the challenge grows with you. Enemies will adapt to your increased firepower and there are multiple difficulties to choose from. Those that finish Survival on Hard Mode will unlock Crushing Mode, which as the name suggests, is the ultimate test of your will and determination.

    But this is just a small taste of what to expect when Survival launches next month. To see more, be sure to check out IGN’s exclusive coverage and extended gameplay videos. And if you’re attending PSX next week, come see us at the Uncharted 4: Survival booth to try out the mode for yourself.

  • Dec 11, 2016

    Uncharted 4 Multiplayer: Introducing a New Beta Test Playlist

    Naughty Dog


    Some exciting things are on the horizon for Uncharted 4 Multiplayer. Since launching our last major update, Uncharted 4 Multiplayer: Bounty Hunters, we’ve been hard at work on an all-new co-op experience, new maps, and more. But that’s not all; we’ve also been cooking up a new way for the community to try out new multiplayer modes and give their feedback: a new limited-time Beta Test playlist. Starting later today, November 3, and through the weekend, we’re giving players the chance to try out Classic Mode—a back-to-basics mode that focuses on core combat and movement. There’s no in-match Store, Radar, Mysticals, downed state, or Sidekicks and Heavy Weapons will spawn around the map.

    We’re excited for you to check out Classic and hope you’ll share your feedback with us via social, the forums, and our upcoming Beta Test Playlist survey.

    For more updates, be sure to keep an eye on NaughtyDog.com, as well as our official TwitterFacebookInstagram, and Snapchat channels for more updates.

  • Dec 10, 2016

    Naughty Dog x Erick Scarecrow Uncharted 4 limited edition figure

    Naughty Dog

    Beginning with Uncharted 3, we’ve worked closely with ESC-Toy and Erick Scarecrow to create amazing collectibles from the Uncharted universe and The Last of Us. From high-quality pin and limited edition vinyl figures, Erick and ESC-Toy have brought a distinctive stylized approach to our characters. Now, inspired by Uncharted 4, ESC-Toy has returned to release a new Nathan Drake figure. On top of the signature ESC-Toy design, the Uncharted 4 Nathan Drake now has 15 points of articulation and a removable grappling hook.

    There are three colorways and two of them are extremely limited. The unique red and black Naughty Dog colorway is back, and only 250 pieces of that will be released. If you’re looking for something even more unique, there’s a bundle pack that includes the regular colorway, the Naughty dog colorway, an all gold colorway, and a brand new Nathan Drake pin that matches the style of the figures. The full set is limited to only 100 bundles!  

    Pre-ordering any of the three versions will also get you a yet to be revealed, but exclusive Uncharted 4 Multiplayer DLC character customization item.

    The limited edition Uncharted 4 Nathan Drake figures are now available for pre-order on http://esctoy.limitedrun.com/

  • Dec 7, 2016

    Uncharted 4 PS4 Bundle $249.99 December 11 Through December 24

    PlayStation Blog

    Attention, last minute shoppers: we’ve got great news for you. Starting December 11 through December 24, you can pick up the Uncharted 4 PlayStation 4 Bundle at participating retailers for $249.99 in the U.S. In Canada, you can pick up the Uncharted 4 PlayStation 4 Bundle for $329.99 CAD until December 29th. We first brought you this deal during Black Friday weekend, and it was incredibly successful for PS4 sales so we decided to bring it back this month. You can treat yourself, or pick this up for someone else on your list.

    PS4 Holiday Bundle

    The Uncharted 4 PS4 bundle includes the slimmer PS4 model with a 500 GB hard drive, a DualShock 4, and the critically acclaimed Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The new cooperative and solo mode, Uncharted 4: Survival, launches this month.

    The future of gaming truly lives on PlayStation. I hope that all of you have seen this brought to life with the release of new hardware like PlayStation VR and PlayStation Pro, as well as new games like The Last Guardian, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and Watch Dogs 2.There’s so much more to come, including a strong lineup of anticipated games like God of War, Spiderman, Days Gone, and Horizon: Zero Dawn.

    We want to give thanks to our PlayStation community for continuing to make PlayStation their top destination for gaming. Here’s to an exciting new year ahead, and happy holidays everyone!

  • Dec 4, 2016

    Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Arrives Next Year on PS4

    PlayStation Blog

    We’ve spent the better part of the last 10 years on a journey with Nathan Drake, but as his story came to a close in Uncharted 4 and we looked ahead to the series’ first-ever story DLC, we were faced with an unprecedented question: whose story did we want to tell next?

    Over the years, we’ve assembled an incredible cast of characters, but of them all, we kept coming back to one in particular: Chloe Frazer. As the smooth-talking master thief who debuted in Uncharted 2, Chloe is not only one of our favorite characters, but we know she’s a favorite amongst our community. She’s also a strong and enigmatic character — in other words, perfect to be our lead protagonist in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

    We revealed a first look at Uncharted: The Lost Legacy at PlayStation Experience today with a nearly 9 minute video of gameplay. Check out the full clip below.

    Our video shows an early section of the game where we find Chloe in a war-torn city on her way to a rooftop rendezvous with her partner, Nadine Ross. Much like Chloe, Nadine is a formidable and interesting character whose complex nature we just started exploring in her Uncharted 4 debut. She’s a skilled tactician, whose cool, calculating nature offers an important contrast to Chloe’s improvisation and wit. As they venture deep into India’s Western Ghats mountain range, they’ll need to work together to recover the long lost Tusk of Ganesh.

    When we began to plot out the story and our vision for the game, we realized we were building something more than an extension of Uncharted 4, and instead, a standalone story in the Uncharted universe. We wanted this adventure to feature all of the hallmarks of the series, from cinematic storytelling set within exotic destinations, to dynamic combat and intricate puzzles. It’s our biggest story expansion to-date and will be available as a standalone game on store shelves and for digital download.

    If you picked up the Uncharted 4 Digital Deluxe Edition or the Explorer’s Pack, you’ll get Uncharted: The Lost Legacy as a download at launch. Both versions will only be available until December 13, 2016, so don’t miss your chance to get Uncharted 4 and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy at an amazing value.

    Shaun Escayg, Creative Director
    Kurt Margenau, Game Director
    Josh Scherr, Writer

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