Wednesday, April 20, 2022

\"We recorded for seven months, but ended up throwing away all the work\" - Nolan North on Uncharted 4 by Amy Hennig


Nolan North, who breathed life into adventurer Nathan Drake, was a guest on Couch Soup.
During the taping, the actor shared information about the production of Uncharted 4 and the departure of Amy Hennig, the screenwriter for the previous three installments of the series.As the hosts prepared to launch Thief's Path, they asked about how the game got to the final version.
North immediately began when the project underwent a personnel reshuffle as Game Director Amy Hennig left Naughty Dog and was replaced by Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann.One thing you'll probably remember is that we spent seven months writing material for Uncharted 4 with Amy Hennig.
We made some serious headway in the production of the game.
Amy left Naughty Dog, and the studio sent everything we'd done to the garbage can.Also, the cast of Uncharted 4 has changed.
According to Nolan, Graham McTavish was involved in the recording, as his character Charlie Cutter played a significant role in the new adventure.
The original script already had Sam and Rafe, but those roles were assigned to other people - Todd Stashwick (12 Monkeys, Fool Me) and Alan Tudyk (Firefly, The Spaceman).Eventually the former was replaced by Troy Baker and the latter by Warren Kole.
North also notes that the movie adaptation of \"Ancharted: Never Never Listed\" is enticing more and more people to get in touch with the original games in the series.As for the other character in the story, Amy Hennig, she is currently at work in her studio Skydance New Media on the creation of a new \"Star Wars\" game.
Rumor has it that this is still the same project, code-named Ragtag, that she worked on under the wing of the now deceased Visceral Games.Rumor has it that the Uncharted series has not retired.
If you believe the message of the new recruiter at Naughty Dog, she's going to seek out talent \"not only for new games, but also for the Uncharted legacy\".

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