From critically acclaimed developer Naughty Dog comes the first standalone adventure in Uncharted franchise history led by fan-favourite character, Chloe Frazer. In order to recover a fabled ancient Indian artefact 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). Venturing deep into India’s Western Ghats mountain range, Chloe and Nadine must learn to work together to unearth the artefact and fight their way through fierce opposition to prevent the region from falling into chaos.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will come with access to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Multiplayer and Survival modes. Online multiplayer on PS4 requires a PlayStation Plus membership.
Another fantastic game from Naughty Dog, a developer whose pedigree only seems to grow stronger with each title.
We thought the Uncharted series was over but Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a very good add-on to the IP built upon the foundations of Uncharted 4, but with a new interesting story centered on Nadine and Chloé.
A tight, character-focused jaunt, laid on the foundations of PS4's best adventure. Nathan who? [Oct 2017, p.68]
Simply put, aside from Nathan’s absence and the lack of anything notably new in how we play, there’s very little to disparage here. Naughty Dog remains a master of storytelling and spectacle rivalled by few other studios. I can think of no good reason to ward Uncharted fans away from The Lost Legacy.
You get the perfect piece of Uncharted content for a good price with this add-on. That’s how you could describe The Lost Legacy. The game proves that you don’t need Nathan to get a great Uncharted game. [Issue#278]
15 months out from Uncharted 4: A Thief's End's release, Naughty Dog is still king of the action adventure jungle. This new angle on the Uncharted formula, which stars Chloe in a pristine mountain range of India, is often captivating, even though it follows many of the same set of standards that were unearthed a decade ago by Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.
When The Lost Legacy‘s gameplay settles into its straightforward action, routine shootouts with generic mercenaries, it comes across as a retread of past entries in the Uncharted series.
December 18, 2019
PlayStation Now adds Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Horizon Zero Dawn in January.