SPOILER: Several years after his last adventure, retired fortune hunter, Nathan Drake, is forced back into the world of thieves. With the stakes much more personal, Drake embarks on a globe trotting journey in pursuit of a historical conspiracy behind a fabled pirate treasure. His greatest adventure will test his physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he is willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves.
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In various locations you can see old records usually near radios or record players. The albums are also the same albums found in Naughty Dogs previous game The Last Of Us. One of the albums easily recognized is the fictitious band "The Shambalas". Which is not only a reference to The Last Of Us, but also a direct reference to the end level of Uncharted 2 where Drake finds the lost city of Shambala from Marco Polo's journal. See more
Anne Bonny is depicted as one of the founders of Libertalia and died with the other pirates in 1718. Historically, Anne Bonny was born on 1700, long after Libertalia was founded, and was arrested in 1720, but her actual date of death is unknown. The game presents her as a legendary pirate captain, but Anne never captained on her own, being merely part of the crew of "Calico" Jack Rackham at the time of her arrest. Other pirates show historical inaccuracy, too; Henry Avery is believed to have died in the 1690s (quite possibly 1699, as the game suggests). Edward England and Christopher Condent are mentioned as associates of his, but at that time, they would have been, respectively, a teen and a mere child. Additionally, unlike many of the historical pirates featured in the game, there's no mystery surrounding Condent's fate. He was offered a pardon, settled in France, got married and became a wealthy merchant, leaving the pirate life completely and dying of old age in 1770. See more
Sic Parvis Magna.
Sic Parvis Magna.
The opening credits take place in Nathan Drake's journal, with drawings of his last 3 adventures. See more