Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End could roughly have over 2 hours of cutscenes according to one of the voice actors of the game.
TechRadar had a chance to interview Nolan North who is the voice actor for Nathan Drake. North talked more about the work that has been done in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
North said he did have to capture more footage than in the previous games. He felt the game is breaking previous records in his opinion. He feels there are around two hours of cinematics in the game, although this was just his own estimate and may not be truly accurate.
As for the voice recording, North says they should be finished “by the end of the year“. They are on schedule to be finished in time for the game’s release date in March 2016.
North says there weren’t really any big challenges working on the new game. He says it’s “kind of the same thing“. He jokingly said working with Troy Baker was painful, but overall he had no problems working with Naughty Dog again.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End could be the last time Nolan North voices Nathan Drake. Naughty Dog has teased that this will be the last game in the series.