Exhilarating action themes and poignant storytelling pieces make a worthy series finale.
Editor's review by Adam Corn (2017-03-03)
With film composer Henry Jackman at the helm, Uncharted 4 gets a more robust, Hollywood-like sound than its already cinematic predecessors. More importantly, it's a more varied and emotional score than you might expect considering the blockbuster Marvel movie soundtracks Jackman is known for. The orchestrations are noticeably improved over previous Uncharted soundtracks - a couple of the dramatic action themes in particular take the series to the next level - while the storytelling pieces have a poignancy proper for series characters in their final outing. If this really is the final Uncharted score it's a worthy finale.