Uncharted’s 10th Anniversary Panel Video from PlayStation Experience Released; Series at Over 41 Million Sales

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Since its debut on the PS3 ten years ago, Uncharted has been one of the crowning achievements of Sony and Naughty Dog, and during this weekend’s PlayStation Experience, Sony took to celebrating the tenth anniversary of the beloved action series.

A new panel video from PlayStation Experience was released highlighting the tenth anniversary of the Uncharted series, as panel attendees  such as cast members Nolan North, Laura Bailey, Claudia Black, Troy Baker, and more joined alongside host Greg Miller of Kinda Funny to discuss the lasting impact that the series has had since its debut ten years ago.

Alongside the panel with several notable faces from the series, the panel discussion also revealed that lifetime sales for the Uncharted series have currently reached over 41.7 million. This figure of course accounts for the series in full, reaching back from the debut of the original Uncharted to some of the series’ more recent release, such as 2015’s The Nathan Drake Collection and this year’s side story title, The Lost Legacy.

PlayStation Experience 2017 took place in Anaheim, California from December 8th-10th – for a closer look at the series’ history and celebrating its influence, you can check out the entire panel video from PlayStation Experience below:

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