Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide

For all the Uncharted fans, here is the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide that will help you to begin your journey.

A remastered edition of two of the greatest games in the Uncharted series is included in the Legacy of Thieves Collection. This week, two Uncharted games are featured: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The story of Uncharted 4 revolves around Nathan Drake as he searches for Captain Avery’s long-lost treasure, heading to a long-lost colony of pirates in Libertalia, situated in the jungles of Madagascar. 

The game also includes Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which follows Chloe Frazer as she goes from enemy to hero. Nadine Ross, a renowned mercenary, provides Chloe with help as she ventures to the Western Ghats for the discovery of the Golden Tusk of Ganesh. With all this, we have brought you the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide – Explore

Uncharted’s setting is meant to be explored, so it may appear basic at first. Although the levels are linear, there are still numerous secret areas to discover. After all, you’re a treasure seeker. Both Chapter 10 – The Twelve Towers in Uncharted 4 and Chapter 4 – The Western Ghats in The Lost Legacy include a lot more information than they look.

Both of these levels are the closest Uncharted has ever been to an open world, with a variety of locales to explore inside constrained geography. In The Lost Legacy, there’s even an entire side-quest where players may find a Monkey Temple by collecting 11 tokens buried across the area. It’s well worth your time.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner's Guide
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However, exploration is not without reward. As in previous titles, you will often find hidden treasures in unexpected places, and these treasures will unlock bonus options on the main menu. Furthermore, you can also uncover plenty of lore notes and fill your journal with sketches of everything interesting you find. What’s important to remember is that environments can be explored to the heart’s content. It’s important not to think that you are sacrificing something important that you may need in a combat encounter later.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide – Stealth Kill

Many battle situations will be provided to the player, in which you can either go in guns blazing or sneak up on your opponents. At least at first, it’s suggested that you choose the covert route. You may sneak past strongly guarded regions by hiding in long grass, and if you get near enough to an adversary, you can take them out without anybody knowing. 

You may also ascend to higher vantage positions (or swing with your grappling hook) and leap down to knock guards out with a single punch, or climb below them to toss them over whatever ledge they’re on. Keep your eyes on the icons above your enemy to avoid being seen. Red means they have spotted you, yellow means they are suspicious. 

Feel free to go wild against the reduced numbers if you get seen and bullets start flying. Depending on how good you are, you can sneak away from the guards and wait until they go back to their patrols in another corner of the map. In this way, you can continue howling at them one by one quietly.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide – Tagging enemies

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner's Guide
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Marking adversaries is the most significant tool for navigating combat stealthily. While shooting at a baddo, hold L2 and hit the L3 button, and a little pip will appear over their head, which you may use to follow their progress. Always remember to tag your opponents. You’ll always misjudge how many there are, and when you push too far, you’ll always get shot by one you weren’t aware of.

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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner’s Guide – Grappling hook

It’s just fantastic. Swinging is enjoyable, but it may also be used for a variety of other purposes. You may use it to fast traverse various regions of the world in battle (and even fire while swinging, which feels as wonderful as it sounds). Use it to climb vertically up and down by holding L1, and grab certain things from high ledges.

Though the rope has a heavy physicality to it, don’t expect any pre-programmed auto-swinging; direction and velocity are entirely your responsibility. Although it can miraculously hook onto specific things with 100% precision, it otherwise behaves just like a rope should.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Beginner's Guide
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Omer Khan
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