Video game developer Naughty Dog and publisher Sony are delivering a new story focused trailer for the upcoming Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, which is designed to show gamers the way the narrative of the series has evolved over the course of the first three installments.

The footage focuses on the relationship between Sully and the protagonist and explains the way he has grown as the narrative has developed.
The two companies add, "He achieved greatness from humble beginnings with a lot of help along the way. Sully became a father-figure and mentor of sorts for Nate and that relationship served as a rock in the often wild, always adventurous saga that you’ll play in Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection."
The development team says that it is adding three new modes to the title in order to give even long-term fans something interesting to look forward to, other than the gameplay and the graphics enhancements.
Explorer Mode for Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection is designed to allow gamers to get through the story without having to worry about the combat difficulty.
Speed Run Mode is a way for the best players to track their performance and compare it with friends.
Finally, Brutal Difficulty Mode for Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, as the name implies, will only unlock once a Crushing campaign has been completed and packs even more of a challenge.

Uncharted 4 is also in development at Naughty Dog

The Nathan Drake Collection will serve as a great entry point for those who want to see what the development team can deliver with the coming A Thief's End, which is supposed to wrap up the story linked to the character.
Uncharted 4 will focus on Nathan Drake and his relationship to his previously missing brother, and will say how he will fight to protect all those he loves when a powerful organization threatens their safety.
Naughty Dog has said that the coming game will explore all the possibilities offered by the new Sony console.
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection will be out on October 9 only on the PlayStation 4.
The fourth title in the series is at the moment set to be launched during the first few months of next year.