We already know about Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End‘s final release date – it would be March 18, 2016 -, but so far, there were no official reasonings behind the somewhat huge delay from autumn to next spring. Now there is a reason why, and… it’s somewhat weird in our opinion, but let’s see why…
Neil Druckmann, one of the most known personalities at Naughty Dog – who was the same guy, who jokingly asked Valve on Twitter to hand over the development rights of Half-Life 3 to them – has given an interview to Official PlayStation Magazine. In it, he said that this is the second delayed game for Naughty Dog (the first one was The Last Of Us by a month), and he also told the magazine why they had to delay the game. It’s because of the… ending. Yes. As this is Nathan Drake’s final game, they want to give their all for the ending of the game, and with the originally planned launch date, they would have had to scale back on this front, and they didn’t want that to happen.
And we just scratch our head – hopefully, it’s not because Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is choppy on PlayStation 4 due to low framerate. We’ll see in March, unless there’s another delay.
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