Unlock the mysteries of an ancient city as treasure hunter Nathan Drake leads you on an action-packed, visually breathtaking and immersive adventure series known as Uncharted. Boasting heart-thumping action, breathtaking visuals, and riveting storytelling – Uncharted has quickly become a global phenomenon.
As part of the Nathan Drake Collection on PS4, the first game in the franchise has been remastered to provide improved graphics and enhanced aiming mechanics.
No Uncharted game would be complete without some collectibles and A Thief’s End is no exception. There are four categories of collectibles the player can track down to unlock trophies; treasures being the most plentiful of these. Players can spot treasures as tiny flashes of light across the landscape.
PowerPyx’s guides below will demonstrate all of the treasure locations throughout the game by chapter, with text descriptions added below each video as additional aids; however, these may only provide limited assistance without visual markers in each clip itself.
Hi-res maps combine with expert level advice to cover both the most challenging puzzles and combat encounters, as well as an advanced chapter covering Crushing difficulty settings and an in-depth story recap that covers key mysteries throughout the series. Furthermore, there is also an exclusive Trophy section and page that informs readers how long it will take them to finish main storyline playthrough.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has 109 treasures to collect, and finding all will unlock a special trophy. Most can be seen as brightly blinking objects in the game world; others might require searching through certain paths in more depth.
To locate all of the game’s collectibles, it is best to follow its main plot through each chapter in sequence. Below we list every treasure’s location as it can be found; in addition, Special Relics that can be collected are listed here as well. We will continue updating this page as more information becomes available so please check back often for updates on collectibles!
Collectible Journal Entries
Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series is known for its hidden collectibles, and this installment is no different. Beyond Treasures there are Journal Entries and Conversations hidden throughout the game that unlock a small caricature of Sam in his journal and count towards winning the bronze Lost Art of Journaling trophy.
Journal Entries and Conversations can’t be collected randomly throughout the map like Treasures can; each has an exact trigger point with an associated pen icon with a triangle button prompt that will appear when approaching it. You can keep track of your progress collecting these items by visiting the Statistics page in the pause menu.
For your first Journal Entry, slide down the mudslide at the start of this chapter and look up to see some pirate statues. Your second Journal Entry can be earned after solving the light puzzle in the secret crypt and discussing with Drake about zodiac constellations.
Collectible Pirate Sigil Coin
The Uncharted 4 Collector’s Edition Guide comes complete with a silver variant pirate sigil coin that is exclusive to this release. Additionally, its hardcover construction showcases some beautiful art depicting Nathan Drake.
This book includes detailed maps that make navigating some of the game’s sprawling areas simpler, illustrated call-outs highlighting treasure and other collectible locations, puzzle solution walkthroughs and solution walkthroughs.
Uncharted 4 is significantly larger than previous titles in its series and boasts branching paths as well as more emphasis on espionage and stealth. While some collectibles and journal entries may be easy to locate, other require detective work. The guide features a table which highlights which chapters contain these harder-to-find items/trophies for easy tracking of player progress; additionally it comes complete with a bonus code to download an online version which can be searchable.