Gather round, friends, for another episode in the seemingly unending saga of Sony's Uncharted movie - one in which the film-which-would-not-be-made gains a new director in the form of 10 Cloverfield Lane helmer Dan Trachtenberg.
The rollercoaster ride that is Sony's attempt to get an Uncharted movie made has hit a new trough after its director left the project.
Uncharted movie director Shawn Levy has teased that the long-awaited Nathan Drake movie is almost ready for filming.
Yesterday, 19th November, marked the 10th anniversary of Uncharted - and with it the birth of PlayStation's biggest of big budget franchises.
The Last of Us and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End co-director Bruce Straley is departing from Naughty Dog after 18 years.
Marvel's Spider-Man, aka Tom Holland, has been tapped up to play a young Nathan Drake in the upcoming Uncharted movie.
The Uncharted movie has found a new director with Shawn Levy, the man who helmed both Night At The Museum films, Date Night, and Real Steel.
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection wonderfully remastered Naughty Dog's groundbreaking treasure-hunting adventure trilogy (back when it was still a trilogy), but it was rather costly if you were only interested in one or two of the collected titles. That won't be a problem come 16th November in Europe as Sony will start selling each remastered entry a la carte.
What we don't know is the price point. Chances are it will still be a lot cheaper to purchase the Nathan Drake Collection, especially as the anthology has come down in price since its release last October. Right now several sellers on Amazon UK are charging £30 or less for it.
Still, the individual titles might be worth it if you just want to play one of the games. But which one? Uncharted 2 is the fan-favourite, but our Oli Welsh seemed particularly fond of Uncharted 3 upon reassessing the series, while there are the rare holdouts who still favour the original adventure above all.
The Uncharted movie now has a new screenwriter, so we know it's still in development - even if it's sounding unlikely that it will hit its previously reported June 2017 release.
The Last of Us and Uncharted's film adaptations are both stuck in development hell.
A smorgasbord of early concept art and animation detailing Naughty Dog's early vision for Uncharted has been revealed.
The Uncharted 4 beta will launch on 4th December and run through 13th December, Naughty Dog has announced.
To acquire this early multiplayer beta you'll have to purchase the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, due 9th October, and have a PS Plus membership.
A single-player demo for the Nathan Drake collection will arrive on 29th September. Here's how it's shaping up:
UPDATE 22nd September 2015: Sony has told Eurogamer the release of the Uncharted bundles does not mean an official price drop for the console. Rather, it's a promotional price that won't be around forever.
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection will add two new difficulty settings to Naughty Dog's acclaimed globetrotting adventure series.
Sony Pictures has pushed back the release date of its long-in-development Uncharted movie until 30th June 2017 thanks, (Variety).
Sony has spoken a bit more about Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, and 1080p 60 frames-per-second gameplay of Uncharted 2 - one of the games included in the collection - has hit the internet.
The video below, from Spanish game website Meristation, shows off the helicopter set piece from Uncharted 2: Among Thieves as it appears in Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on PlayStation 4.
"Assuming this is indeed a real-time capture, Uncharted 2 looks to have aged rather well and this section at least scales up really nicely to 1080p," Digital Foundry's Richard Leadbetter told me.
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation director Christopher McQuarrie has cited Uncharted 3 as an inspiration for the upcoming movie's airplane sequence.
Sony's long-in-development Uncharted film sounds like it is back in development hell, according to a new round of reports.