Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - The Prison Yard game-play contains the walk-through for Infernal Place chapter. Every treasure has its price! Nate finds himself in a fistfight with another prisoner, once you’ve dealt enough damage the guards will break up the fight. follow Vargas (or, more accurately, get shoved in various directions by him) until he leads you through a large wooden door. At the bottom of the steps on the other side of said door, take a left and follow the hall to the T junction at the end. Head out the door to your right. After the cutscene with Vargas ends reach Burns’s Cell by jumping down from the broken staircase ahead of you and slide down the shale hill, then jump to grab the ledge in front of you and clambor up onto solid ground. Climb the wall to the left up into the small courtyard area, then head over to the workbench on the far side of the yard to collect your rope and grapple. Climb up onto the outcropping and use your rope to swing across the gap and reach the base of the prison tower. On the other side, use the other grapple point ahead of you to swing to the climbable wall jutting out from the corner of the ruins. Vault over the top of the ledge, then shimmy to your right and climb up the cracked wall. Use the ledge that goes around the corner to continue your ascent, then slide down the shale hill and leap to safety using your rope. Swing to wall on the other side and grab the bricks to continue onward. Climb up the ruined tower and onto its roof, then walk to the edge of the beam facing the prison and jump onto the tower’s exterior. Once on the tower wall, use the ledges either to your left or right (and around the corner) to reach one of the two windows beneath the parapets, Inside the tower, stay on the upper floor and use your rope to pull down the boards covering the window at the far end of the room. Jump to the window and climb back outside, then use the ledges to your right to round the tower’s corner and climb upwards towards Burns’s cell. The Zodiac Puzzle, Inside the cell you’ll find a bunch of symbols and roman numerals carved into the walls - you may also have noticed similar symbols on the letter Vargas gave you earlier. In order to force Nate to make this connection, examine the Sun/Moon symbols in the corner of the cell next to the door, then pull out the letter and flip it over. Once you’ve got the two symbols, locate them on the wall - they’re the roman numerals X and II. Locate the brick with the number XII on it, then interact with it to solve the puzzle. After collecting the cross, interact with the door of the cell to force it open, then drop down to the floor below. Use the anchor point to attach your rope and rappel down, then swing across to grab onto the ledge across from you. Balance across the beams around the corner, then jump down to slide down the hill and leap over the gap at the bottom to safely reach the opposite wall and climb out of the tower. From the platform outside, leap across to the thick wooden beam, then follow it onto the rock formation. Drop onto the slide ahead of you and use the rope to (once again) swing and leap to the climbable wall on the far side of the gap, Once you’ve climbed back onto solid ground, scale the wall of the old tower and jump across to get on the roof of the rounded building. Drop through the hatch in the roof to rejoin Vargas. To be continued! Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is an action-adventure video game developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4 video game console. The game was released worldwide on May 10, 2016. As the sequel to 2011's Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, it is the conclusion to the Uncharted series starring Nathan Drake, and the last game in the franchise to be developed by Naughty Dog. Set several years after the events of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, A Thief's End follows series protagonist Nathan Drake, who has retired from fortune hunting. He reunites with his older brother Sam and longtime partner Sully to search for clues for the location of Captain Henry Avery's long-lost treasure to save his brother. The game was first teased at the PlayStation 4 U.S. launch event on November 14, 2013, as the next main entry in the Uncharted franchise. It was unveiled as Uncharted 4: A Thief's End on 9 June 2014, at Sony's press conference during E3, with a small teaser debuting the game's real-time visuals. Development on the game was wrapped on March 18, 2016. ➢ Subscribe for more new videos ➢ Lownogamer
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