The new trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which played this past weekend in select US cinemas before screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is now available to watch online. The brief but dramatic trailer hints at the end of protagonist Nathan Drake's story.
All Games Beta uploaded the video to YouTube (embedded below). In the trailer we see Drake diving for a coin, a glimpse of the game's villain Nadine Ross (seen pointing toward Nate) and then a final shot as Nathan attempts to grab his brother Sam as he falls.
Over the top we hear Nolan North, as Drake, say: "Nathan Drake: that two-bit thief. Risking it all for some piece of treasure. I guess that's how they know me, how they'll remember me. But that's not who I am."
The trailer is set to a slow, piano version of Pixies' Where Is My Mind? – famous for its use at the end of David Fincher's classic movie Fight Club.
Uncharted 4 is a PS4 exclusive from The Last of Us developer Naughty Dog. The studio confirmed this would be the end of Nathan Drake's story – as the game's title implies. A Thief's End is the first Uncharted game since 2011's Drake's Deception and the first developed solely for PS4.
A Thief's End is set for release worldwide on 18 March 2016.