Posted on Monday, February 13th, 2012 at 6:00 PM by Guest
A new trailer for the PS Vita title, Uncharted: Golden Abyss has been uploaded onto Computer and Video Games today.
In the fourth entry of the Uncharted series, the story takes place before the events that took place in Uncharted : Drakes Fortune. Being the protagionist of the game again, Nathan Drake finds himself to try and uncover the dark secret behind a 400-year-old massacre of a Spanish expedition that Drake picks up the trail of the murderous trail of an ancient Spanish section.
Uncharted : Golden Abyss is the first of the Uncharted series to be made portable. The new trailer can be seen on the Computer and Video Games here. Uncharted : Golden Abyss is available to buy later this month, February 22nd on PS Vita.
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