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See the Uncharted 4 trailer played before Star Wars in the US

Sony and Naughty Dog have released a new promotional video for the hotly-anticipated Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End game for PS4.

The 30-second clip called ‘Man Behind the Treasure’ was shown before select screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens at theatres in the United States this weekend.

Sony has now published the video (via ComingSoon), which is set to a piano interpretation of the classic riff from The Pixies’ where is my mind, on YouTube for all to enjoy.

The game itself, of course, is still months away. The final installment of the series is available for pre-order, but won’t be officially released until March 18 next year.

In the meantime, PS4 owners are going to have to make do with The Nathan Drake Collection, which features the first three games in the series remastered for the new generation console.

Developer Naughty Dog has claimed 80 per cent of PS4 owners have never played an Uncharted game, so those folks have almost three months to get up to speed.

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As well as the new promo video, Sony has also added a new behind the scenes clip. You can see both of them below.

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