During a preview event last week, we learned more about Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End‘s backstory, and Naughty Dog’s Arne Meyer revealed that the game’s premise is based on real history. More precisely, it takes inspiration from the life of Henry Every, one of the most famous pirates of the 17th century.Knowing about Every’s story surely won’t be necessary to enjoy the game, but if you love history, maybe hearing a bit more about this “pirate king” (as he’s explicitly called in the Japanese title of the game) will place you closer to Nathan Drake’s mindset as a character, since he would definitely know everything that you’ll read below. Keep in mind that from here on there is information that might be considered of minor spoiler nature.According to what we were told at the preview event, Nathan Drake and his brother Sam have searched for Every’s fabled treasure in their past, and it’s exactly in that situation that Sam disappeared, leaving Nate to mourn his death.The tale of Henry Every is definitely a fascinating one, even if not much is known about his early years. In 1689 he served in the Royal Navy, first as a midshipman aboard the HMS Rubert…. Read full this story
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