This would look like Uncharted 4 in the first person

This would look like Uncharted 4 in the first person

Several years after its release, Uncharted 4: The thief's outcome, remains one of the most technically incredible games in the PlayStation 4 catalogue. Considered by many to be one of the best third-person action games on the Sony console, It is full of scenes and characters very well modelled, that perhaps would even shine more from another perspective. Something like that has thought The empty, a professional modder, who has decided to take the game of Naughty Dog to the field of the first person.

Thekempty says he was looking for us, for the first time, to really feel Nathan Drake. For this purpose, the video game camera has changed, in the third person, from a first-person perspective that is completely different from the usual one in the saga. For this task, Thekempty has used a PlayStation 4 with modified software, something that has allowed him to access some files of the video game itself and change them at will.

To increase the sense of realism and closeness, the modder has edited the famous scene in which Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher are dining at home while having a conversation about their past and future plans. It is not only gained through immersion, it also helps us to see to what extent Naughty Dog made a conscientious work in lighting, textures or modelling. The game of 2016 is still seen today as a technical marvel.

Once he recreated the entire scene, Thekempty decided to go further and edited some of the video game's most famous action sequences, condensing them into one of the title trailers, giving it a special and more spectacular character. A few days ago, we remind you, the title of Nathan Drake was recreated in the style of the trailer of Mission Impossible 6: Fallout.

What do you think? Would you like a VR or first-person experience of the Naughty Dog video game?


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