Uncharted: Lost Legacy might be the most anticipated standalone expansion of 2017, which is humorous, but true. Like The Last of Us: Left Behind, players will be able to download Lost Legacy without needing Uncharted 4. While it’s doubtful that anyone interested in this hasn’t played Uncharted 4, it’s still a good option to have.
For those unaware, Lost Legacy is the first story expansion that any Uncharted game has ever received. Previous games only ever had the single-player campaign and multiplayer feature for replay value, so this is new. It will also be the first time fans won’t be using Nathan Drake outside of multiplayer, which is interesting.
Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Chloe and Nadine take the spotlight in Uncharted: Lost Legacy, which sort of changes the gameplay a bit. Though the controls will remain the same, fans will notice the different animations Chloe will do during fights. It shows that the developers in Naughty Dog aren’t just copy/pasting the moveset of Nate to Chloe.
During the gameplay reveal, we only ever saw Chloe be playable, so it’s not clear if Nadine will be. Fans saw Nadine beat up the Drake brothers in Uncharted 4, so she would be fun to play as. At the least, fans will be able to play as Chloe, though here is hoping Nadine has playable parts.
Lost Release Date
Naughty Dog hasn’t revealed a release date for Uncharted: Lost Legacy, though it will be out in 2017. As of this writing, no one has given the game a release window, so players will have to be patient. Most are expecting a late 2017 release, since the game will likely need a lot of polish before release.
It’s worth noting that fans who picked up the Explorer’s Pack, Digital Deluxe Edition, or the Uncharted 4 season pass will gain access to Lost Legacy. The actual price of the expansion is still unknown, though it looks like it will range from US$ 14.99 19.99 to US$ 19.99. Fans can also expect a longer experience than The Last of Us: Left Behind, though it won’t be longer than the main game.