Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Goes Gold For PS4, Development Is Complete
Uncharted The Lost Legacy
(Last Updated On: July 21, 2017)

Naughty Dog announced that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has officially gone gold for the PlayStation 4. The game’s development is done and complete and it will be releasing in full at retail and on digital store shelves via the PlayStation Network starting August 22nd.

The news came courtesy of a tweet by the official Naughty Dog Twitter account, which posted the following message letting everyone know that the game’s core development is done.

The short gif shows the gold master disc being inserted into a PlayStation 4 Pro.

For those of you who are unaware, a gold master disc is the finalized version of the game with all the code intact and prepped and ready to run on production PS4 units. The disc is shipped off to the printing press and prepped for mass shipping and distribution.

Many people are excited for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, others have become wary of Naughty Dog after lead creative director Neil Druckmann came out in full support of Social Justice Warriors.

Druckmann had tweeted in response to someone else who was uncomfortable with the growing trend of homosexuality in Naughty Dog’s games, saying that he would be adding even more “diversity” and similar content to future Naughty Dog games just because some people made anti-SJW comments directed toward Druckmann and Naughty Dog.

Now as far as The Lost Legacy is concerned, Druckmann admitted that he wasn’t actually involved with the development of that game, so whatever influences of “diversity” he may have wanted to include, likely won’t appear unless the other creative directors decided to add it on their own.

Some gamers are okay with Naughty Dog embracing SJWism, others are a bit peeved that many of Sony’s first-party studios have adopted regressive politics for their games, others simply don’t care and would support Sony and Naughty Dog regardless of where they fall on the political spectrum.

If you’re keen on supporting Sony and Naughty Dog’s push for more diversity politics in video games, you can look to pick up a digital or physical copy of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, exclusively for the PlayStation 4, when it launches August 22nd.


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  • Phasmatis75

    Now to watch it sink into quiet obscurity of bad sales and mockery as some exec at Sony begins nervously tugging at his collar while looking down at the Last of Us 2 budget.

  • AlecJ

    Nathan Drake is the heart and soul of Uncharted…..not climbing things and mediocre combat.

    Switching in new “diversity” driven characters will guarantee good reviews from the usual suspects, but i dont see how it gets actual people to buy the game.

    I was a bit tired of the game mechanics at the end of Uncharted 4, but played on because i wanted to see the end of Nathan Drake’s story.

    I couldnt care less about these two characters, and have no interest in more of those game mechanics just for the sake of them.

    I suspect this game will sell far fewer than the devs hoped.

    I wonder if Druckmann will whine about everyone being racist/sexist when he sees no one cares about this game……

    • I abhorred Uncharted 4 because it was a boring, pretentious piece of crap.

      However, from what I’ve seen of The Lost Legacy, it actually looks like the gameplay will be better paced than Uncharted 4. I could be wrong, but we’ll see.

      • Phasmatis75

        Everything from Uncharted 2 onward was boring, pretentious piece of crap. I loved Uncharted 1, so of course I hated seeing the same story but with feminism and prettier in Uncharted 2. Flat out refused to play anything from Naughty Dog after that.

        • Uncharted 3 is my favorite out of them all. That airplane scene was awesome. The oceanliner tipping over? The technical ingenuity that went into that scene still amazes me to this day.

          They also took advantage of some small animation buffering thanks to the ICE Team really making the most of the PS3’s multi-threaded capabilities, so Drake had things like always procedurally adjusting his animations to boxes, walls and other objects nearby, naturally. It wasn’t quite as in-depth as Euphoria, but the animation blending and being able to make it work right on the PS3 in Uncharted 3 was a huge reason it was enjoyable for me.

          I hated Uncharted 2 and the frame-stop per animation; it would click to the next animation loop when the player immediately started doing something else, like going from punching to shooting or reloading to cover, clicking instead of blending smoothly. I hated those technical imperfections in Uncharted 1 and 2 and it made them practically unplayable for me.

    • durka durka

      Yup this, uncharted without Drake aint uncharted and should have ended at 3.

  • Kiryu

    Druckmann had tweeted in response to someone else who was uncomfortable with the growing trend of homosexuality in Naughty Dog’s games, saying that he would be adding even more “diversity” and similar content to future Naughty Dog games just because some people made anti-SJW comments directed toward Druckmann and Naughty Dog.

    Tell me how well that worked for Marvel Neil,you seem to be just as stupid.

    • Phasmatis75

      Can’t wait till Sony purges the studio.

  • tajlund

    I guess Naughty Dog forgot the days when they were rebels and slipped little tidbits like this into all ages games.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyBB8Dr4JSI

    • ThyPancakeConsumed

      Old naughty dog got castrated. That’s why we have Lesbians R Us to begin with.

      • Funnily enough, Amy Hennig is what kept Naughty Dog on track and gave them some balls. Druckmann turned them into eunuchs.

        • ThyPancakeConsumed

          Life is full of irony.

  • Bitterbear

    They’re not even pretty women. It’s like they hired the same people who worked on the art direction of Mass Effect: Andromeda.

    Considering how incestuous the video game industry can be, I wouldn’t be surprised if they actually did.

  • SJW feminist garbage.

  • GodBowser

    “others are a bit peeved that many of Sony’s first-party studios have adopted regressive politics for their games”

    Sony should re brand the Playstation as the Social Justice Station if their still going to put out games that have SJW bull shit in them

    • Phasmatis75

      Problem is Sony lets the developers have a bit too much freedom in development. Much akin to Focus Home Interactive, neither sets standards for theri developers. With new developers being indoctrinated into gender studies and barely able to program, there is going to be a massive crash for Sony if they don’t start laying down the law with their developers.

      Keep in mind they do eventually lay down the law. If you remember Second Son it had a whole segment that was drug war propaganda. Well after the game underperformed there were layoffs at Sucker Punch. What isn’t talked about is most of the layoffs were high level employees responsible for the mess. Then First Light came out and it was fantastic. Sony will gut these studios eventually.

      At least Microsoft only makes their games so lame and or bad that no one wants to play them.