Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is one of the most anticipated PlayStation 4 games. However, a few UK copies of the game were stolen a few days ago while in transit, according to a senior Sony executive. On Tuesday, reports surfaced that copies of the highly-anticipated game were being traded in the UK even before the official release. Sony is working with the police to investigate the criminal offense.
Sony exec warns fans about spoilers
Shuhei Yoshida, the PlayStation games development director, said in a blog post that the broken release date has raised concerns about the potential for spoilers. Yoshida warned fans to beware of the proliferation of story spoilers online by people who have gained access to stolen copies of Uncharted 4. Similar to other Naughty Dog games, its the new title’s “unfolding story is an integral part of the experience.”
PS4 users have been looking forward to the game with great anticipation. Yoshida said, “From whatever I have played of Nathan Drake’s latest adventure, I can tell you that it is very much worth the wait.” It is said to be the final game in the series from Naughty Dog. And it is the last one starring Nathan Drake. The Uncharted 4 will be officially unveiled on May 10 after several delays.
Features of Uncharted 4 day one patch leaked
According to The Bit Bag, the game’s file size is a whopping 50GB. Those with access to stolen copies of the game have already started revealing about it. Twitter user AllGamesDelta shared an image of updates included in the Uncharted 4’s day one patch. According to the leaked image, the 5GB day one patch will bring Multiplayer support, Encounter Select Menu, Bonus features, alongside other improvements and bug fixes.
Sony UK has already confirmed that the Uncharted 4 will see “PlayStation’s largest ever” game marketing campaign. The campaign includes print, digital, and TV adverts, along with in-store marketing. You can pre-order the game through online stores like GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy, and NewEgg. It has been priced at $60.