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Nov 14, 2016 09:36 AM EST

‘Uncharted 4’ Rumored Upcoming Single Player DLC To Be Largest Story DLC Done [VIDEO]

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"Uncharted 4's" rumored upcoming single player downloadable content is said to be the largest story DLC Naughty Dog has ever done. Fans want the wacky and great adventures of Sam and Sully in Cuba.

"Uncharted 4" story DLC will be the largest

"Uncharted 4" veteran voice actor Troy Baker told Lets Play Video Games in an exclusive interview at MCM Comic Con London that he believes the upcoming story DLC will be the biggest story DLC ever done by Naughty Dog game studios. He also said that he expects the reveal will happen very soon, which was rumored to be revealed at PlayStation Experience in December.

"Uncharted 4" voice actors gave clues

Baker and another "Uncharted 4" veteran voice actor Nolan North told the publication in an exclusive interview that the latter imagined them going on an adventure with Nathan Drake's daughter. He hinted that the writers came up with something far better than the ideas they were trying to come up with.

"Uncharted 4" fans want different adventures

According to the official website of Reddit, one member wanted the wacky and great adventures of Sam and Sully in Cuba as the story of "Uncharted 4's" big single player DLC, while someone replied that it would a story where they were lost in Peru. Another member also wanted Sully to have an adventure or at least an appearance in the upcoming single player DLC. He wants it have more fun and embrace many of the things they do for the franchise like great set pieces, supernatural stuff, and many more.

Another Reddit member suggested that the upcoming single player DLC should be a prequel where Nate, Sam, and Rafe would star in it. He wanted to know more of the backstory of Rafe as a person, and how he became the leading villain in the video game.

Check out the "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" all cutscenes movie video below:

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