Uncharted Movie Ending Explained: Is There a Post-Credits Scene?

Uncharted Movie Ending Explained: Is There a Post-Credits Scene?

Here’s everything you need to know about the Uncharted movie ending, including whether or not the Tom Holland-led game adaptation has post-credits scenes and if it sets up a sequel.

Does the movie set up the events in Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune or other games in the series, even though it is a prequel to the entire game series? What do the post-credits scenes in the Uncharted movie mean, and how do they relate to the plot? Also, will there be a sequel to Uncharted?

Uncharted Movie Ending Explained: Is There a Post-Credits Scene?

Uncharted Movie Post-Credits Scene Explained

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End benefit from the Uncharted movie’s ending and various post-credits scenes, which help set up the events of the games.

Before any teases, the movie ends with Magellan’s ships sinking into the sea, along with the majority of the treasure. Nate and Sully, on the other hand, notice that a salvage ship will be able to get all of the treasure, which gives them the idea for their salvage operation in the games.

Uncharted Movie Ending Explained: Is There a Post-Credits Scene?

Nathan’s brother Sam is alive and well in a foreign jail cell in the final scene of the film, just before the credits, writing postcards to Nate and warning him to “watch his back.”

The PS4 game begins with a scene set before the first game, in which Nate and Sam infiltrate a Panamanian jail — which goes wrong, leading Nate to believe his brother is dead.

This is a setup for Uncharted 4 and a possible Uncharted movie sequel. Nathan, presumably, discovers his brother is still alive and pursues him.

The post-credits scene — or, to be more precise, the mid-credits scene — takes place after the movie has ended and serves as a prequel to Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.

Sully sports his trademark mustache, and the code on Nate’s ring, as well as a Nazi map, are both mentioned, all of which are crucial to the first game. Also mentioned is a man named Roman, who is Gabriel Roman, the main antagonist of Uncharted 1.

Although Nate and Sully appear to be apprehended, the scene ends with a cliffhanger as to who they meet. There’s plenty of setup for an Uncharted movie sequel here, though hopefully, it won’t be too similar to the first game.

Well, that’s all we have here about the post-credits scene and Uncharted movie ending. We hope this helped you.

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