PS4 Uncharted 4 gameplay may be revealed at E3 -- What do you hope to see?
Industry insider says Naughty Dog will show off gameplay during event in June, and claims that game has been in development for three years.
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We're fewer than two months away from seeing the new Uncharted game for PS4 in action, according to industry insider Tidux, who has accurately leaked PlayStation news before.
Writing on Twitter, Tidux says, "Uncharted 4 gameplay at E3. Game has been in the works for almost 3 years." The only official Uncharted 4 media released to date is the trailer above, though we have seen some motion-capture pictures.
It wouldn't be much of a surprise for Sony to show off one of its marquee franchises during arguably one of the biggest events of the year. But still, until we hear directly from Naughty Dog or Sony, you should take this information with a grain of salt.
Naughty Dog announced the new--and still untitled--PS4 Uncharted game back in November. Since its announcement, director Justin Richmond, writer Amy Hennig, and actor Todd Stashwick all left the project to join other companies or pursue other passions.
Tidux also writes on Twitter that, "I hear a lot of mixed signals when it comes to DriveClub right now." No further information was provided about the status of Evolution Studios' upcoming racing game. Officially, the project is scheduled to release later this year.
E3 2014 runs June 10-12, though Sony is expected to hold its main briefing on Monday, June 9, ahead of the official start to the show. GameSpot will be in attendance bringing you all the news as it happens.
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