With the enormous bounty of exotic destinations in Uncharted 4, you may be surprised there were more to choose from than appeared in the game. One of these was an Asian jungle, where Nathan Drake would explore time-worn temples and ruins, inspired by the ancient monuments of Cambodia and Bali. In the end, this powerful work by Naughty Dog environmental artist Eytan Zana did not make it into the game, but served as early exploration of what Uncharted 4 could be. Fortunately the image found use as book cover art for ‘The Art of the Uncharted Trilogy’, and is now for sale at Cook & Becker as this limited edition giclee print. The print is hand-numbered and comes with an artist-signed certificate of authenticity.
If there is one thing that defines the output of American developer Naughty Dog - founded in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, in 1986 - it is their cinematic style of video game storytelling.
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