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Just shy of a week from announcing that the Uncharted film adaption would begin filming early 2015, Sony today set a date for its theatrical release: June 10, 2016, the Hollywood Reporter reports.

Uncharted now replaces the third planned Amazing Spider-Man installment, which has been delayed in favor of Drew Goddard’s spinoff The Sinister Six (now dated for November 11, 2016). The big screen take on Naughty Dog’s popular PS3 (and soon PS4) series will be directed by Seth Gordon, whose previous works include The King of Kong: A fistful of Quarters, Four Christmases, and Horrible Bosses.

Meanwhile, in videogame land, Naughty Dog made clear they’re shooting for 1080p at 60 frames per second for the series’ debut on PS4, and that not unlike The Last of Us Remastered, they’re not opposed to a similar style next-gen update and port for the three PS3 installments.

As for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End—which sounds to be the last entry in the series—that’s slated for release sometime next year.

Uncharted film to hit theaters June 10, 2016

By | 07/23/2014 03:25 PM PT

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Just shy of a week from announcing that the Uncharted film adaption would begin filming early 2015, Sony today set a date for its theatrical release: June 10, 2016, the Hollywood Reporter reports.

Uncharted now replaces the third planned Amazing Spider-Man installment, which has been delayed in favor of Drew Goddard’s spinoff The Sinister Six (now dated for November 11, 2016). The big screen take on Naughty Dog’s popular PS3 (and soon PS4) series will be directed by Seth Gordon, whose previous works include The King of Kong: A fistful of Quarters, Four Christmases, and Horrible Bosses.

Meanwhile, in videogame land, Naughty Dog made clear they’re shooting for 1080p at 60 frames per second for the series’ debut on PS4, and that not unlike The Last of Us Remastered, they’re not opposed to a similar style next-gen update and port for the three PS3 installments.

As for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End—which sounds to be the last entry in the series—that’s slated for release sometime next year.

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