New Uncharted: The Lost Legacy gameplay highlights Western Ghats


Sony has unearthed new footage of Naughty Dog’s Uncharted: The Lost Legacy on PlayStation 4, highlighting the Western Ghats portion of the highly anticipated action-adventure spinoff.

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This particular area seems to draw inspiration from Uncharted 4’s Madagascar section, in the sense it’s a larger environment that the player is free to explore via jeep. Enemy camps are dotted across the landscape, and there seems to be plenty of secrets tucked away for those who fancy a bit of treasure hunting.

Check it out below.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is due out in the U.S. on August 22 and in Europe on August 23. Originally conceived as single-player DLC for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, this latest adventure  eventually became a standalone outing featuring fan favorite Chloe Fraser, who teams up with Nadine Ross to track down a mythical artifact in India. 

The game takes place around six months after the events of Nathan Drake’s final outing, although the wise-cracking hero won’t be making a cameo appearance in the game. Naughty Dog also revealed that it had flirted with other characters for the expansion, including Victor ‘Sully’ Sullivan, Nate’s long-time partner-in-crime.

The California-based studio has confirmed that The Lost Legacy will very likely be its final Uncharted game, although hasn’t ruled out an Uncharted 5 down the line from another developer.

Uncharted remains one of Sony’s most popular first-party franchises, having sold over 30 million units worldwide since its inception in 2007 on the PS3. While a breakdown of each game is not available, Uncharted 4 has sold over 8.7 million copies alone sine its May 2016 launch.