Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, starring Uncharted 2’s Chloe Frazer and Uncharted 4’s Nadine Ross, comes out on Aug. 22. it aims to fill the Nathan Drake-shaped hole in our hearts left by the series’ final installment, A Thief’s End, which released in May 2016.
While I’m always excited at the chance to revisit the world of Uncharted, there’s something I’m decidedly less enthused to revisit: Naughty Dog’s violence problem.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy: The Uncharted series is notorious for its big body counts
To put it bluntly, Uncharted games have a ludicrous body count. Every villain in the series, from Uncharted 1’s Gabriel Roman to Uncharted 4’s Rafe Adler, offers an endless supply of bloodthirsty mercenaries for Nathan Drake to kill.
Throughout the game, Drake rushes guns blazing into deadly battle situations, including onto Zoran Lazarevic’s armored train, fighting off at least 100-200 Serbian paramilitaries.