Back at PlayStation Experience (PSX) in December, Naughty Dog -- who is the creator of the Uncharted series and The Last of Us -- revealed the single player expansion to #Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and it wasn't what anyone was expecting.
At the beginning of the show, we saw a long gameplay trailer, and at the end of it, we saw longtime Uncharted fan favorite Chloe Frazer team up with Nadine Ross, who was introduced in A Thief's End, as Naughty Dog revealed a brand new Uncharted game called The #Lost Legacy.
Release date leaked?
In a recent tweet, Josh Scheer, who is currently working at Naughty Dog, responded to all of the praise that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been getting, and in his response, he said that he won't have time to play it for the next six months. He then deleted the tweet, and re-worded it. You can check out his edited tweet below.
Ok I get it Zelda is amazing now can everyone stop tweeting abt it & feeding my fomo until I have time to play it much later this year k thx— Josh Scherr (@joshscherr) March 5, 2017
Scheer deleting his original tweet, then publishing a new one regarding the same topic without the six month timeline has gotten many people thinking that he might've just accidentally revealed the release date for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
Game to be released in September?
Scheer's tweet suggested that The Lost Legacy will be released in early-September. So, we're still quite a while away from actually being able to get our hands on the game. Most are expecting the game to be released this year, so the news that it might be released towards the later part of this year didn't come as much of a surprise.
When Naughty Dog revealed the game back at PSX, they didn't even hint at when it'll be available to play. If it is actually scheduled to come out in September, we'll probably learn the release date at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in June.
On Tuesday, Game Informer released a short, behind-the-scenes video which showed members of the Naughty Dog team, including their creative director Neil Druckmann, talking about the Uncharted series, and why they decided to make Chloe the main character of the newest installment in the series. You can check it out below.#PS4