Uncharted The Lost Legacy PS4 PlayStation 4 1

Much like side-story The Last of Us: Left Behind, developer Naughty Dog's looking to do something a bit different with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Speaking in the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine, creative director Shaun Escayg explained that the game will be "tonally" unique compared to its predecessors, although it will still be framed in "the same context of the Uncharted world".

He said: "India's got really nice iconography: hidden temples and weird deities we can play off of, so it's a perfect setting for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy." For those completely out of the loop, the game will see fan-favourite Chloe Frazer united with Uncharted 4: A Thief's End "villain" Nadine Ross, though further details are being kept underwraps.

The gameplay won't be the same either, as game director Kurt Margenau revealed: "I would say we're going a little wider this time. I don't want to give too much away, but it's something we're excited about on the gameplay side, this kind of contrast of an urban setting and a rural setting; a tighter experience and more open experience."

It sounds like the title will be building upon the non-linear playpens of Uncharted 4, and Naughty Dog's investing a lot of effort to ensure that Chloe feels different to series protagonist Nathan Drake, with the developer recapturing a lot of animations – including her entire suite of melee moves. Sounds decent, doesn't it? Hopefully we see more soon.

[source myfavouritemagazines.co.uk, via powerupgaming.co.uk]