Uncharted 4: the spin-off could have been very different, according to Naughty Dog

Uncharted 4: the spin-off could have been very different, according to Naughty Dog

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The Lost Legacy, the Uncharted 4 spin-off, has been hugely successful. With the release of both games on Playstation 5, arrived with a remastered version of which we have told you all the details in the review, Naughty Dog is back to talk a little about what was the last game in the series, revealing some background behind the development of that stand alone episode, which could have been very different than how we know it.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection As told by the pages of GQ Magazine, in fact, the Uncharted spin-off 4 could have Sullivan as its protagonist. Game director Shaun Escayg thought about revealing this extraordinary detail, during an interview with the magazine mentioned above. Unfortunately, this choice never came as, for Naughty Dog, Sullivan and Nathan Drake alone simply didn't work. So Chloe was chosen, along with Nadine.

“I chose Chloe, because she has always been an intriguing character. So selfish, so self-centered, that she just thinks of herself and that's it. And then together with Nadine, a thief and mercenary: the disasters they could create led you to think it was a beautiful conflict to watch ”, Escayg's words told the magazine. Lost opportunity or would it simply not have been as fascinating as the actual spin-off currently is?

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How To Beat The Bizarrely Difficult Crash Bandicoot High Score In Uncharted 4

Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher sit on a couch and set the high score in Crash Bandicoot in Uncharted 4 on PS5.

Face it, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End isn’t exactly a nail-bitingly difficult game. In fact, the debatably toughest moment of Naughty Dog’s modern classic comes in the form of a game-within-a-game: Crash flippin’ Bandicoot.

Yes, Naughty Dog’s not-so-modern classic pops up inside the studio’s modern classic, which itself is out again (this time for PlayStation 5 and PC) via the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves collection. Uncharted 4’s fourth chapter, “A Normal Life,” sees henley-wearing hero Nathan Drake resigned to a drab home life, trading tomb-raiding and globe-trotting for a day gig and takeout on the couch. His wife, Elena Fisher, challenges him to top her score in Crash Bandicoot, complete with an extremely meta PS1.

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It’s one of Uncharted 4’s famously delightful moments. It’s also one of the more frustrating, if you think you can actually beat Elena’s score (3,500 points). News flash: You can’t, even if you play flawlessly, nailing every jump and collecting every one of…whatever those weird fruits Crash eats. You’ll have to try again way later in the game.

Minor spoilers follow for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, which has been out for close to six years.

After you’ve fully charted Uncharted 4, you’ll find yourself in an epilogue, cast as Nathan and Elena’s daughter, Cassie. The scene opens up with a retread of the Crash Bandicoot easter egg from earlier in the game. Only difference this time: You can actually win. By breaking one of the early boxes with Crash’s spin attack (Circle button), you’ll get an extra life. Make it to the end without dying, and you’ll get 500 bonus points for finishing with that extra life—which, combined with collecting every fruit, should push you over the 3,500-point threshold that Nate somehow never topped over the course of a decade and a half.

That’s it! (Bonus tip: If you do end up falling into a chasm or missing a collectible fruit, open the menu and select “restart checkpoint” so you don’t have to repeatedly play through the epilogue.) For your efforts, you’ll unlock the “Best Score!” trophy.

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