In the past Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has discharged a few lovely looking screenshots in order to maintain the heat among the players and all the more as of late Neil Druckmann, Creative Director for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, teased us about how the story will have some exceptionally passionate components and scenes. In any case, now the Play UK magazine has gotten some hands on experience with the game  and as indicated by them it would appear that it may after all end up running at 1080P 30FPS.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End could be at 1080p/30fps


I hope you know that previously, the director of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End confirmed in conversation that the PlayStation Experience demo was locked to 30 frames-per-second.

“We’re actually above 30, but we locked it [for the demo],”

“We’re going to do whatever it takes to make the game we want to make. If it means we could go for 60 but lose something that would really impact the player’s experience, then it’s our choice as developers to say, ‘Well, we’re going to go for the experience over the 60 frames.’”

Furthermore, now after Play UK fellows had a few active experience they show that Uncharted 4 will probably wind up running at 1080P 30FPS. The accompanying is a selection from the most recent issue of the magazine:

“While Naughty Dog’s first big reveal of Uncharted 4 was with a 60FPS trailer, cynics were quick to point out that even The Last of Us – an upscaled PS3 port – struggled to hold a steady 60FPS frame-rate. Although the studio said it was targeting this level of fluidity, it’s looking increasingly likely that the final game will be locked at 30FPS. The game’s not a twitch shooter, fighter or arcade racer so this shouldn’t hurt the game too much. It might even be that we see an unlocked frame rate as in Second Son or Tomb Raider, hopefully with the option to lock to 30 if desired.”

Then again it shows up as the Animation quality is a major venture up from the last-Gen partner Uncharted 3, with Uncharted 4 supposedly having “60 animations for picking up ammo” contrasted with the two separate animations in Uncharted 3.

Uncharted 4 is slated for release on PS4 later this year, and who knows Naughty Dog might be able to push it to 60FPS but at the moment this seems unlikely, only time will tell.