There are things that remain very hidden and when they are not found by chance it is because someone with knowledge of the secret reveals it and this is what has happened to Jonathan Cooper, artistic director of the game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, who five years after launch of the title revealed the existence of an easter egg directed to Assassin’s Creed.
This revelation came as a result of the request made by Jan Willem Nijman, who asked the developers to reveal secrets of the titles they have worked on and it was when Jonathan Cooper decided to share this secret hidden for so many years, as no user noticed the same.
To discover this easter eggs Players should not touch the controller for a few seconds while Nathan Drake is standing at the top of the clock tower and there they will see the slow pan that the camera makes of their surroundings as it happens in the Assassin’s Creed games.
Jonathan Cooper went a little further in his explanation and said that this nod to the franchise was motivated by a kind of apology for the controversy that had arisen with the trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, where an art appeared accidentally Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag concept.
Synchronization in the best Assassin’s Creed style
Who better than to apologize than to choose Nathan Drake and carry out the synchronization that the Assassin’s Creed mercenaries do and in the words of Jonathan Cooper, he took the opportunity to make this revelation motivated by the Easter celebrated last Sunday.
However, this has not been the only wink that is made to the famous saga, since in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy another Easter egg was included that was more visible and was linked to a trophy, which allowed many users to identify it .
Added Assassin’s Creed synchronizations in both Uncharted games I worked on but hardly anyone found the one in Uncharted 4 because you need to not touch the controller for a few seconds… https://t.co/GYXVJehj90 pic.twitter.com/NP9jiVTFJ3
— Jonathan Cooper (@GameAnim) April 4, 2021