The Drake's Fortune subtitle is a reference to the fictional main character, Nathan Drake, who believes himself to be a descendant of famed explorer Sir Francis Drake A 400-year-old clue in the coffin of Sir Francis Drake sets the modern-day fortune hunter on an exploration for the fabled treasure of El Dorado, leading to the discovery of a forgotten island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The search turns deadly when Drake becomes stranded on the island and hunted by mercenaries. Outnumbered and outgunned, Drake and his companions must fight to survive as they begin to unravel the terrible secrets hidden on the Island.
One ordinary man... one extraordinary adventure.
Did You Know?
The Naughty Dog development team intended the game's main setting, the island, to play a big role in the overall experience. Feeling too many games used bleak, dark settings with dull color schemes, they wanted the island to be a vibrant, believable game world that immersed the player and encouraged exploration. See more
In one cut scene Drake removes his necklace however, later on when talking to Roman across two opposite glass booths, (end of Chapter 19) the necklace reappears in part of the cut scene. See more
Tell you what - lead me to the gold, and I just might let you live.
[Eddy takes out a golden gun
Is that it? Is that my deal? Die now, or help you, and die later. It's a tough call, but you know what? I'll take "die now."
Followed by Uncharted: The Lost Legacy