Last week, we were finally able to play Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and though the demo was pretty short, we still have a few interesting things to share with you. Now we originally thought we'd propose our full article in English to go along with our commented videos of the broll we were given last Wednesday, but it turns out Sony contacted us to send us the entire demo video in much better quality. Since they asked us not to use it without a commentary, we recorded a Gamersyde Offline video during our lunch break and it should easily replace the written article. Now, we still advise you to take a few minutes of your time to watch the two other commented videos as they might give you some more information. Also, it took us so much time during the week end that it's the least you could do. Enjoy!
Aside from a rather simplistic approach to infiltration and the visible alert level indicator, which we hope can be switched off, Uncharted 4 has all of the markings of a memorable blockbuster. With its vast technical achievements, which display without a trace of aliasing or slowdown hindering playability, Nathan Drake's latest adventure seemingly has everything it needs to succeed. Of course, the narrative, puzzles, and platforming segments from previous games weren't especially present in this demo so we're curious to see how they manifest in the final game. Even taking into account the very few things that are still unknown regarding the game, it's hard to imagine Uncharted 4 being anything other than an amazing experience.
Kudos to Alimokrane who helped us translate the two commented videos (Exploration and Combat). It would probably have been much harder to have everything ready on time in both languages if it weren't for him.