Enthusiasts of the since quite a while ago postponed 'Uncharted 4: A Thief's End' have another dissatisfaction to face: this is the last time they will see Nathan Drake in the establishment.
In a meeting with The Sun, Neil Druckman, imaginative executive of Naughty Dog - the studio that adds to the Uncharted arrangement - said, "He's at the stature of his prevalence, so it's not a decent business choice. Be that as it may, I feel like the most ideal approach to respect him is to go out on top, to complete his story... In any case, toward the end of this story (Uncharted 4), it will be truly difficult to do a spin-off with Nathan Drake."
On the other hand, this does not imply this will surely be the end of the establishment, as Druckman expressed, "Sony claims Uncharted and they can do whatever they need."
In 2011, the then-president of Naughty Dog said even the hero of the diversion is not consecrated, proposing there is dependably a plausibility that he might be executed off.
'Uncharted 4: A Thief's End' will be accessible for PlayStation 4 beginning April 26 this year.