A new post on the PS Blog reveals that The Lost Legacy will be available digitally as well as at retail. It’ll be Naughty Dog’s biggest story expansion to-date. Those who own Uncharted 4 Digital Deluxe Edition or the Explorer’s Pack, will get the game as a download at launch. Here’s a description of the demo shown off at PSX 2016:
Our video shows an early section of the game where we find Chloe in a war-torn city on her way to a rooftop rendezvous with her partner, Nadine Ross. Much like Chloe, Nadine is a formidable and interesting character whose complex nature we just started exploring in her Uncharted 4 debut. She’s a skilled tactician, whose cool, calculating nature offers an important contrast to Chloe’s improvisation and wit. As they venture deep into India’s Western Ghats mountain range, they’ll need to work together to recover the long lost Tusk of Ganesh.
Update 1: Thanks to the newly uploaded trailer, we know that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy follows Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross as they try to recover a fabled ancient Indian artifact:
From the critically acclaimed developer, Naughty Dog, comes the first standalone adventure in Uncharted franchise history led by fan-favorite character, Chloe Frazer.
In order to recover a fabled ancient Indian artifact and keep it out of the hands of a ruthless war profiteer, Chloe Frazer must enlist the aid of renowned mercenary Nadine Ross (from Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End). Together, they’ll venture deep into the mountains of India in search of the legendary artifact. Along the way, they’ll learn to work together to unearth the mystery of the artifact, fight their way through fierce opposition, and prevent the region from falling into chaos.
Original Story: Sony kicked off the PlayStation Showcase today with a look at Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which is a standalone story chapter for PlayStation 4 that features Chloe and Nadine.
“We have a new #Uncharted game! Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a new standalone story chapter. Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross are back,” Naughty Dog said.