In the midst of an elaborate con to settle a twenty-year old score, Nathan Drake stumbles into a centuries-old conspiracy that puts him back on the trail of his infamous ancestor, renowned explorer and privateer Sir Francis Drake. But his search for a lost 16th-century treasure leads him to an even greater discovery – an ancient secret that ensnares him in a web of deceit, pitting him against a shadowy clandestine organisation and the occult treachery of its cunning and ruthless leader.
Aided by his partner and mentor Victor Sullivan, Drake embarks on a daring trek across Europe and into the Middle East, tracing the footsteps of the famed Lawrence of Arabia as they follow a centuries-old trail of clues leading to a fabled lost city buried for millennia in the heart of Arabia’s Rub’ al-Khali desert – a legend Lawrence christened “The Atlantis of the Sands.”
But the vast and pitiless wasteland of the Empty Quarter conceals a terrible mystery, and before the end of their journey, the race to unearth the wealth of the lost city descends into a desperate bid for survival, an ordeal that will push Drake to the limits of his endurance and force him to confront his deepest fears.
~ New trailer with the best moments of Nathan Drake's adventure ~
As you've probably heard rumors were "The Nathan Drake Collection" announced at E3 this year, which is a collective package of the first three games to the adventurer Nathan Drake. The games will for the first time be playable on Playstation 4, with 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. Models, lights, shadows, surroundings and some game mechanics will also be refurbished to be able to compete with today's technology. The sound also get a makeover.
It is not the creator Naughty Dog behind renovating but rather Bluepoint Games, formerly also has stood for high-definition remakes of including God of War III and Shadow of The Colossus. The trailer with highlights from Nathan Drake his playing career made available to the world.
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection will be launched on 10/9/2015
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