Check Out This Gorgeous Batch of ‘Uncharted 4’ Screenshots

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After an impressive presentation full of games aiming for 2016 releases, Sony wrapped up its presentation with an extended look at Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End gameplay. The gameplay kicked off with a technical error, but once things were back on track viewers were soaking in the first glimpse we’ve had of Drake’s latest (and last) adventure. As E3 continues, we expect to learn more and more about Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

Nathan Drake’s next adventure still doesn’t have a release date, but now that we’ve seen the first gameplay footage we expect more details (and hopefully a release date) to begin arriving. The first batch of assets to arrive after the E3 presentation are a series of hi-res screenshots that should look familiar to fans who watched the gameplay trailer reveal.

Here is the first batch of hi-res screenshots. Some of them appear to be taken from the same segment of the game that Sony shared during its presentation, but others are brand new…

Sony promised 15 minutes of gameplay for E3 attendees and it looks like that has been split into the seven minutes we saw on stage last night and seven more minutes to be experiences at the company’s booth on the show floor. About half of these screenshots look like they came from the footage we’ve already seen, so we’re guessing the rest are from the other half of the demo.

In the third year of the current console generation it looks like developers are really starting to harness the power of these machines. The screenshots highlight the incredible detail and effort that is being put into bringing every character to life. Uncharted 4 developers explained last month that the game’s character models will be some of the most realistic we’ve ever seen and it looks like the game is set to deliver on that high expectation.

What do you think of the Uncharted 4 screenshots? Will you be picking the game up in 2016? Let us know in the comments.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is set to release in 2016 for PlayStation 4.

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