The highly anticipated title Uncharted: The Lost Legacy made an appearance at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) during Sony's presentation. As expected, the developers of the game did not reveal much information. Although a demo was dropped during that time, developer Naughty Dog plans to launch a livestream soon.
According to GameZone, the livestream is meant for the fans of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy who were not able to witness the demo unleashed during the aforementioned event. It is expected to be dropped come June 20. This goes in sync with the studio showing off the game's demo straight from the PlayStation booth.
The stream is expected to start at 10 AM PT on the official Twitch channel of the game, which can be accessed here. Apart from this, there will also be some appearances from the title's Creative Director named Shaun Escayg and Game Director named Kurt Margenau. The two will be in charge in answering all questions from the gamers and/or critics alike.
PlayStationLifeStyle notes that the livestreaming for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will not be entirely focused on the game. That is because Naughty Dog plans to unravel the mystery involving the brand new DLC for Uncharted 4, particularly its multiplayer feature. Moreover, it will include a peek at the latter game's Survival feature. It is worth noting that this will be included in the upcoming title's release.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is slated to hit the shelves come Aug. 22, but will only be released on PlayStation 4 due to exclusivity rights. The expansion, in particular, will be sold at around $39.99 and already comes with Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy (digital copy only). The latter is deemed as a pre-order bonus at select retailers only and at the PlayStation Store, of course. Fans of the series have definitely something to look forward to.