Uncharted 4 dev doesn’t know what it’ll do with the single-player DLC yet

By Sherif Saed
6 November 2015 13:01 GMT

We don’t know what Uncharted 4’s single-player DLC will be about. And neither does Naughty Dog.


Despite offering a season pass for Uncharted 4, Naughty Dog isn’t quite sure what the included single-player add-on is going to be.

“I was talking with Neil [Druckmann, game director] about a month ago when that was just revealed and reading all the stories and fan reactions about it,” director of communications Arne Meyer told Gamespot.

“It was interesting because people are thinking maybe we’ll hold back some of the story or stuff like that. But he’s like, ‘I have no idea what we’re going to do with that.’

“We’re so busy on the actual game and I was talking to him and saying that we’re taking a big risk here because we have no idea what we’re going to do yet. We’ve committed to putting something together and it has to be a high level of quality and have a really engaging story, and we’ve said that this is the final chapter. We have all these things we need to resolve at some point but we have no idea what that is.”

Meyer reiterated that everybody is busy working on the main game, and that Neil Druckmann “hasn’t even begun to think” about the DCL’s story line. Naughty Dog has previously said the reason the game is getting a story add-on to begin with, has to do with the success of The Last of Us Left Behind.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is out March 18, 2016.

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