Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
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Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios is a lot to type, so why not make things simpler?
With a director (maybe) secured, the adaptation starring Tom Holland seems to be chugging along.
Sony is dropping prices as game streaming and subscription competition heats up.
We're getting close to more directors than Uncharted games.
PlayStation Productions will work to bring Sony properties into new media.
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As the Uncharted film moves forward, we find out why it focuses on a younger Drake.
The cathartic ending felt incomplete in an early draft, according to Creative Director Neil Druckmann.
The action-adventure shooting museum will never be lost to time, unlike a bridge crumbling under Nathan Drake's feet.
Straley leaves with a legacy of directing some of Naughty Dog's best games.
Drake's done and Chloe's climbing, but which of the Uncharted games takes the treasure?
Nathan Drake may be out of the thieving game, but that doesn't mean the Uncharted games have to end.
Who else will play young versions of Uncharted characters in the upcoming origin film?
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Solve the Libra puzzle in The Grave of Henry Avery.
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The big three make their bid for relevancy by moving in their own distinct directions.