Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Quick Beginner’s Guide

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This unauthorized Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End guide includes all the information required to finish the game completely and earn the platinum trophy. Our guide’s primary feature is a thorough walkthrough covering every chapter of the game. It contains tips on how to avoid or defeat enemies, including bosses, advice on the best paths to take to reach mission objectives, and in-depth answers for increasingly challenging riddles. 

Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End: Quick Beginner’s Guide

Here are a few Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End start suggestions. They may come in handy, particularly in the campaign’s early stages.

  • We do not recommend choosing the Crushing difficulty level at first. It may be more difficult for you to prevail in battles with bigger groupings of opponents and “elite enemies” if you play in the really hard mode. It is advised to complete the game twice: once on the standard difficulty setting and once on the Crushing difficulty level.
  • It is not possible to utilize weapons at every stage. Avoid attempting to locate weapons in these areas at all costs, as the unique layout of the stage may make this difficult. Rather, concentrate on climbing, sneaking, or exploring.
  • Search the area for anything sparkling. The valuables that can be gathered are marked in this manner. Their sheen can greatly aid in their discovery, particularly if they are hidden or on far-off shelves.
  • When fighting, hide under cover; however, beware of enemy-thrown explosives. It is never a good idea to stand in the open, especially in easier settings. As soon as an enemy decides to toss a grenade at Drake, you must act swiftly.
  • You need not be concerned about the well-being of your AI partner. Drake might have a companion with him on some tasks.
  • Thankfully, it’s not necessary to safeguard your AI companion at all costs. Just concentrate on maintaining the health of your character.
  • Try to aim for your opponents’ heads if you can. Use the aim assist if that isn’t working for you. Hits to the head can kill opponents far more quickly, especially if they have thick armor.
  • Many opponents can be caught off guard by you. One of the numerous benefits of stealth is that you can kill a particular character without drawing ammunition or announcing your presence to the nearby environment. Additionally, you can use stealth mechanics to organize ambushes and quickly get to locations from which you can successfully strike opponents.
  • Be cautious of snipers. They are identifiable by the red laser beams. Pay extra attention to hiding behind coverings while you are in areas where there are snipers. Additionally, keep an eye out for chances to shoot them, whether you’re approaching them from a distance or by scurrying from cover to cover.

Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End: Unique Weapons

In addition to normal firearms, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End features exclusive weaponry. These are:

  • Barok .44 revolver pistol
  • Flintlock pistol
  • China Lake GL
  • DShK heavy machine gun
  • RPG rocket launcher

Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End: Achievements and Platinum Trophy

While numerous PS4 games have been released that are even harder to platinum, Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End’s platinum trophy may be pretty tricky. The trophies obtained for finishing the game on Crushing difficulty, in a timed manner (speedrunning), and with a high accuracy rate are the most problematic. At least two completions of the game are expected. A few awards for collections and battles are also there. You must also obtain the multiplayer ones in order to receive the platinum trophy, but they shouldn’t be too challenging. You can find all the details on the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End trophies in our trophy guide.

  • Trophy list – singleplayer
  • Trophy list – multiplayer
  • Trophy list – hidden trophies
  • The Cliffhanger trophy is given to players who defeat opponents while dangling from a precipice.
  • The I Thought I Heard Something trophy is given to players who defeat opponents with airborne tackles.
  • The award “Not a Cairn in the World” can be obtained by smashing 16 cairns. On a special page in the guide, you can see where they are.
  • After locating three Strange Relics, the Relic Finder trophy is given out. There are chances to do this in chapters 9, 12, and 21.

Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End: PC System Requirements

The PC version released in 2022; the complete set of requirements will be added whenever they are made publicly available. Since this is a remaster with many visual enhancements, a robust rig might be needed.

On the console, the console version occupies 44GB of disk space. Upgrading from the PS4 to the PS5 version is a premium service that provides support for 4K resolutions, three distinct graphic modes, and the PS5 console’s exclusive features. Additional details are available on the next page: System Requirements.

Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End: Game length

It should only take you roughly 15 hours to finish the main plot in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, which is the longest game in the series. Getting every collectible should add two or three hours to the experience. You must complete the game at least twice in order to receive the platinum award, which entails playing for at least 30 hours.

Additionally, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has a multiplayer mode that will keep the gamer interested for a very long time. Fortunately, playing multiplayer matches takes very little time to earn the Platinum award.

Game Length is a dedicated area where you can find out more about how long it takes to finish Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and get 100% of the game.

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