We all loved the trailers Naughty Dog released for The Last of Us & Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, but don’t expect the same thing to happen when you play the game.

Naughty Dog’s creative director, Neil Druckmann drops hints that he might deceive fans again, just like he did with action-adventure survival horror game, The Last of Us.

If you don’t remember.. it was a sequence in the story trailer, were Joel looked like he was about to turn into to one of those Infected and Ellie with a gun to his Head about to shoot him. Druckmann reveals how that was just in the trailer in a new interview.

Naughty Dog: We Purposely Deceived Gamers With Certain Trailers 1

“We purposely deceived [players] with certain trailers. [The] shot where Joel’s on the floor and he looks kind of sick and he turns up. That shot was made just for the trailer, he explains in the latest issue of OPM.

Just to make it look like he’s infected or there’s something wrong with him, and then it’s juxtaposed with a shot of Ellie holding a gun, so everyone’s like ‘Oh my God, Joel’s going to turn and Ellie’s going to have to shoot him at the end!’

That was constructed in such a way so that people would guess that and think that that’s the obvious ending, and then we could turn it on them.”

And when asked if he has plans to do the same with Uncharted 4 trailers, he says: “Now maybe I’ll show you the real thing so you think it’s not the real thing and it will be the real thing!”

So now I’m no more believing whatever Naughty Dog’s trailers shows us. What do you think?

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will release on March 18, 2016 exclusively for PlayStation 4.


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Souce: OPM (via Gamesradar)

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