Uncharted Standalone DLC Game Revealed at PSX

Chloe and Nadine return for a new "story chapter."

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Update: During a subsequent panel dedicated to the game, Naughty Dog revealed a few more details about The Lost Legacy. It started out as a DLC pack but evolved into what it calls a "story expansion" and a "standalone experience." You can expect it to be shorter than Uncharted 4, but longer than The Last of Us expansion Left Behind. What was shown during the reveal is the beginning of the game. The Lost Legacy is set entirely in India, though the city from the video isn't the only area you can expect to visit.

Original Story: Opening today's PlayStation Experience keynote, Naughty Dog revealed a new, standalone Uncharted game called Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

The reveal came as a surprise at the end of a 10-minute gameplay demo. We see a woman--later shown to be Chloe Frazer--walk through an alleyway of what resembles a Middle Eastern city. She's accosted by a group of military men but is ultimately left to go continue on her way. She sneaks her way toward a meeting with someone she's exchanging text messages with, taking cover and picking locks to infiltrate a building. After making it to the roof, she gets into a fight with several guards, only to be saved by a mystery woman--who turns out to be Uncharted 4's Nadine Ross.

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Naughty Dog subsequently described this on Twitter as a "new Uncharted game" that takes the form of a "new standalone story chapter."

There's no word yet on when this is coming, and while it wasn't stated explicitly, you can safely assume it'll be a PS4 exclusive whenever it arrives.

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