Perhaps it's not surprising given Uncharted 4's subtitle "A Thief's End" but it really does appear that Naughty Dog is ready to move on from the Uncharted franchise altogether after development on the upcoming Uncharted: The Lost Legacy wraps.
This is according to Naughty Dog co-president Evan Wells who told Game Informer that it's "unlikely" they'll develop another Uncharted game after The Lost Legacy.
While he doesn't rule out the possibility down the road, Wells cites the reason being that they're working on The Last of Us 2 and have plenty of other ideas they want to explore as well.
It seems unlikely that Sony would let the Uncharted franchise rest for too long given that it's one of the company's top-selling franchises, so it's always possible another developer could work on a new game in the series under Naughty Dog's supervision.
In the meantime, we still have Uncharted: The Lost Legacy to look forward to -- which pairs Uncharted 2 & 3's Chloe Frazer with Uncharted 4's Nadine Ross as they search for an Indian relic called the Tusk of Ganesh -- at some point this year.
Source: Game Informer
What are your thoughts on Uncharted: The Lost Legacy potentially being Naughty Dog's last stab at the series?