Uncharted is an action-adventure game series produced by Naughty Dog and distributed by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation consoles. The main series of games ensues Nathan Drake, a treasure hunter who goes across the world to uncover various historical mysteries. The series has been globally celebrated and commercially prosperous. The main series has been widely recognized by critics and video game publications for promoting the examples of single-player video games. The series has frequently been equated to Hollywood-produced action-adventure films. Though it seems like the long-awaited Uncharted movie might certainly reach theatres.
The film was lined up for release on December 18, 2020, the perfect time we had thought to capitalize on the free-spending festive period. But little did we know, the pandemic there us all at bay with every unknown possibility occurring. we don’t expect the movie to release this year. Given that its production has been suspended due to COVID-19, it might not be published until early-2022, depending on when the show gets back on schedule.
Nothing has been talked about the story itself–aside from that it’s being composed by Jonathan Rosenberg and Mark Walker–rumors are reporting about who’ll play Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Drake’s mentor and father figure. But nothing is authenticated as of now.
Uncharted: Nathan Drake
Nathan Drake is the main lead and playable appearance of the Uncharted video game series. He is an American wealth aka treasure hunter, fortune seeker, and action pro who became captivated with the famous English explorer Sir Francis Drake at a young age, to the point of utilizing his last name as his new one.
Uncharted better than previous
Uncharted 4 is unimaginably good. But is it the best in all the series? Concretely, is it better than Uncharted 2: Among Thieves?
2009’s Uncharted 2 is one of the most sweeping sequels of all time. It takes the designs and characters from the original and filters them into an incredible, wonderful adventure. Both the games are good when comparing based on the graphics because each had their own time and pace to work with.