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'Uncharted 4' graphics compared to 'Quantum Break' and 'The Order 1886'

'Tom Clancy's The Division'
'Tom Clancy's The Division'
Photo courtesy of Ubisoft, used with permission

Ahsan Rasheed has revealed more details in regards to the upcoming tentatively-titled, "Uncharted 4." According to a report from Gamepur on May 30, the industry insider disclosed that a preview video was shown off for the potential sequel. The footage was described as something that is "breathtaking" as the development team was using various technologies and tricks on the visual front.

Ahsan Rasheed also believed that "Uncharted 4" looks better than some of the best-looking games so far on the PS4 and Xbox One. He thinks that the upcoming title is going to dethrone "Quantum Break," "The Order 1886" and "Tom Clancy's The Division." A screen from the latter title from the official Ubisoft Facebook page can be found near the top side of this article.

The same insider also revealed that the other first-party games for the PS4 are also "impressive," adding that fans will immediate gravitate towards the new projects when announced. However, he does not know if any of the unannounced titles will be shown off at the upcoming E3 2014. He did confirm that "Project Beast," a spiritual successor to Demon's Souls," should be a part of the gaming convention.

One of the main complaints for the PS4 is the lack of exclusive software. The lineup is looking a little underwhelming for this holiday season due to the delay of the aforementioned, "The Order 1886," which got pushed back until the second month of 2015. Sony Computer Entertainment currently only has "Drive Club," which is due to come out on Oct. 8, as a major retail release.

"Uncharted 4" does not appear to be coming out this year, either. Only a teaser trailer has been shown so far although a gameplay reveal is speculated to happen during the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Naughty Dog, the studio behind the development of the project, went through several significant changes lately. Sony Computer Entertainment claims that the production should not be bogged down with the departures of key individuals, however.