Uncharted 4: A Thief's End was originally supposed to be released in the UK on 18 March 2016, but Naughty Dog (the studio behind Uncharted) delayed its release - and not for the first time. The release date was first pushed back to 26 April in the US, 27 April in Europe and 29 April for us here in the UK, and then again to 10 May 2016.
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Where to buy Uncharted 4: Best Uncharted 4 deals
Uncharted 4 had a midnight release for those who bought the digital edition, available for the PS4 from the PlayStation Store (£49.99 Standard, £64.99 Deluxe).
There's also a Special Edition available complete with a collectible steelbook case, a 48-page hardcover artbook by Dark Horse, Naughty Dog and Pirate Sigil sticker sheet and Naughty Dog Points that you can use to unlock multiplayer content. You can buy the Special Edition from Amazon (£59.85) and GAME (£59.99).
Another GAME exclusive comes in the form of the Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - Libertalia Collector's Edition, available for £109.99 here. You'll get the game (of course), a 12in premium Nathan Drake statue, three multiplayer outfits, three custom weapon skins, in-game ball caps, Madagascar Sidekick outfits, Phurba Dagger Taunt, an Uncharted 4: A Theif's End dynamic theme, a collectible steelbook case, a hardcover art book, a Naughty Dog and Pirate Sigil sticker sheet and Naughty Dog points.
Naughty Dog released the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection in October 2015, containing the first three Uncharted games. You can buy Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection here.
Uncharted 4 sales better than expected
Uncharted 4 has proved to be a huge hit with gamers, and worldwide sales topped 2.7 million copies in the first week on sale. That comes from publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment, which also says that in North America it is the fastest-selling first-party PS4 game ever.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End gameplay
Uncharted 4 is set three years after the events in its predecessor, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, when Nathan's brother Sam needs his help (which comes as quite a surprise considering Nathan thought Sam was dead). This forced Nathan out of retirement to once again return to fortune hunting in search of pirate treasure.
"His greatest adventure will test his physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he's willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves," reads the PlayStation website.
It wasn't until E3 2015 where the true extent of the graphics and gameplay were revealed. During Sony's E3 conference, we were given an opportunity to watch a demo of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and it looked amazing. It features Nathan and Sully wandering through a French-speaking market before being ambushed by military soldiers. As you can imagine, an intense chase ensues - but we don't want to ruin the surprise for you, so you can enjoy the full demo below.
Uncharted 4: Multiplayer
At Paris Games Week 2015 the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer was revealed. Unique to Uncharted 4 multiplayer are sidekicks, who can help you in a fix, mysticals, which give players unique powers, and you will be able to leverage the grappling hook in a number of locations.
Some players have already had a chance to try Uncharted 4 Multiplayer thanks to a beta, which started on 4 December and ended on 13 December last year, just ahead of the adjusted release date which suggests the beta highlighted some issues.
Watch the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer trailer at the bottom of this article.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End videos & trailer
Here's the official trailer for A Thief's End.
For an even closer look, below is the Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Gameplay video.
Here's a look at the amazing gameplay demo from E3 2015:
Here's a look at Uncharted 4 Multiplayer from Paris Games Week 2015: