Naughty Dog talks about the delay of ‘Uncharted 4’: “It will be worth it”

The latest delay for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has raised eyebrows all kinds of emotions in the fans of the series, who eagerly await this installment as one of the most important titles of PlayStation 4 and probably one of the most anticipated of this generation.

The game that was before would release on April 26has now set its release date for 10th May 2016 to have enough production time and correct distribution of the game. To the disappointment of many gamers, Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckman has taken your personal account on Twitter to calm players down and promise that the delay will ensure a more professional release, thank them for their patience, and state that “it will be worth it in the end.”

You can check it in the tweet below:

This’ll make for a smooth worldwide launch. Thanks for your patience… It’ll be worth it at the end. Promise.

— Neil Druckmann (@Neil_Druckmann) March 2, 2016


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