Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is Nathan Drake’s final adventure to get some treasure. This time around, we’re introduced to his brother, Sam, and some pirate fun.
Being the swan song of the series, it doesn’t deviate from the formula set before it. The game is entirely linear, although there are plenty of moments where you likely will need to take a second to figure out where to go or how to solve a puzzle. It’s also not an easy game, with even the normal difficulty, Moderate, costing you plenty of lives.
Nonetheless, playing on the Moderate difficulty, never skipping cutscenes, doing our best to trigger as many optional conversations as possible, and actively looking for the Treasure and Journal Entries collectibles, we clocked in at 13 hours for this latest adventure.
This is sure to go up depending on your exploration and difficulty chosen. And, of course, there’s plenty of incentive to go back and keep playing Uncharted 4 thanks to gameplay modifiers, more collectibles to find, and the multiplayer mode.
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