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It's time to stock up on ramen noodles for March next year, as Naughty Dog has officially dated the release of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, along with Sony detailing some exclusive bundles for the PS4.

Yes, Nathan Drake is finally ready to dive head first into the action for the latest installment (and perhaps the last) in the Naughty Dog-developed franchise come 18 March 2016. While that is indeed quite a few months away, it does give one the time to mull over which PS4 bundle to go for.

Sony has three in total to choose, apart from the standard stand alone version. First is the Standard Plus, which will give gamers access to the Heist Drake and Snow Multiplayer skins, along with a reversible inlay depicting alternative artwork to gaze at. If that does not sound unique enough, there's the Special Edition, which adds a collectible steelbook case, 48-page hardcover artwork book, sticker sheet and redeemable in-game points to the mix.

If that too, is not tempting enough, then perhaps the Libertalia Collector's Edition will do the trick. It features all the content in the Special Edition plus a 12" tall statue of our hero, Drake's Fortune, Heist and Desert outfits, and three unique weapon skins along with a few more exclusives.

For now, the official pricing for each special edition is not confirmed by Sony, but will go up for pre-order over the next few days depending on your region. While you wait for that to happen, click on the trailer below to see Drake do his thing.


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