Uncharted 4 has been looming on the video game horizon for what feels like an eternity. Now, in less than two weeks time, Naughty Dog will finally unveil their long awaited blockbuster to the world, and I'm getting goosebumps just thinking about it.
But before you strap on your backpack, half tuck your shirt and head out on Nathan Drake's final (?) adventure, Sony wants to make sure you're properly prepared. This is it: Your last sneak peek at Uncharted 4: A Thief's End before that merciful release date rolls around. Enjoy!
Once you've caught your breath, check out a few snippets of gameplay you might've missed...
Nate will continue the tradition of precariously hanging over drops to certain death
And if you time your button presses right, he'll continue to narrowly escape said certain death.
Drivable (and destructible) boats confirmed
Previous trailers hinted at a controllable boat level, but we never saw this kind of rough-seas mayhem.
A new pirate-themed environment
We also get a quick glimpse at a never before seen location, featuring a series of dilapidated pirate ships. No one can blame you if you were distracted by that spectacular explosion instead.
Providing a stark contrast to the bright, expansive plains of Madagascar, this shot seems to be set in a more urban, developed part of the world. The fancy wheels are also an indication that not all of this game will take place in dense jungles and abandoned ruins. Speaking of which...
Those worried that the game's puzzle solving sections will be scaled down should take solace from this Jesus statue, who appears to be suspiciously surrounded by riddles.
Are there any key details from the trailer I missed?