Uncharted Lost Legacy Ending Video Appears Before The Game

Uncharted Lost Legacy Ending has already appeared online, a full day before the game’s release. If you’re planning on playing the game yourself, you should probably avoid reading any further. Even better, avoid the internet altogether. If you’re not interested in the game but want to see how Chloe and Nadine’s story ends, scroll down and take a look.

uncharted lost legacy ending
Uncharted Lost Legacy ending

If you don’t want the ending spoiled, TURN BACK NOW. Now that that’s out of the way: the video starts after the fight with Orca. Chloe, Nadine and Sam have the Tusk, but they discover that Asav has loaded a pretty big bomb on a train headed towards the city. After a brief and emotionally charged argument, the team decides to go after the train. An uninspiring car chase later, they’re aboard the train – minus Sam, who didn’t manage to jump on.

The train ride is full of excitement – gunfights, climbing, jumping, swinging on grappling hooks. It goes on for a while, letting Chloe and Nadine slaughter hundreds of henchmen in classic Uncharted style. Thank heavens they’re the good guys. They get to the bomb, soon realising they can’t disarm or move it. They decide to head for the engine. It turns out the engine doors are welded shut, so our heroes decide to try and divert the train at the next crossroads.

Chloe races to the switch in a hijacked car and meets Sam. They manage to make the train change tracks, but they’re soon overrun by enemies. Sam stay behind to hold them off, while Chloe rushes back to the train to help Nadine. They finally face Asav together, and he proves to be a tough nut to crack. They finally manage to overpower him, and he ends up at the bottom of a ravine, along with his train and bomb. As for the trio of loveable rogues, they end up enjoying a wonderful sunset together, Tusk in hand.

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