After an epic ten year journey, Nathan Drake's explosion-laced story is purportedly coming to an end. It's been a ride that has led him from exploring an abandoned Nazi submarine to battling the mythical Djinn in the lost city of Ubar, cracking one-liners and popping headshots along the way. In Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, however, he faces arguably his most daunting task yet - a dull office job and a stable relationship with his on-and-off again partner, Elena Fisher. With Nate's life seeing such a radical change in pace, one can only assume the game will follow suit, giving us potentially the most unique Uncharted entry to date. So, with the wait until April proving as long-winded as expected, it seems prudent to explore the number of possibilities that Uncharted 4 could offer. Despite the series being one of the most critically lauded of the past decade, there's always room for improvement, and with the power of the PS4 behind the franchise for the first time (remasters notwithstanding), hopefully Naughty Dog can deliver us the definitive Uncharted experience.