Heart of Ice

Heart of Ice
Nathan Drake and Tenzin escape from the ice caves.
Game Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
Chapter 18
Preceded by Mountaineering
Succeeded by Siege
Treasures 6

Heart of Ice is the eighteenth chapter of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves. The chapter follows treasure-hunter Nathan "Nate" Drake and Tibetan mountaineer Tenzin as they continue their journey through the Himalayan Mountains.


[edit] Summary

After the events of Mountaineering, Nathan "Nate" Drake and his guide Tenzin find themselves facing a large structure, and they must trigger several components of the structure in order to make it passable.

After passing the structure, Nate and Tenzin come to a room that includes the remains of Karl Schäfer's expedition to find Shambhala and the Cintamani Stone said to be there. By reading Schäfer's journal it becomes apparent to Nate that Schäfer had to kill the men in his expedition as he realised what kind of effect the Stone would have on the world. After this revelation, a number of Guardians disguised as yetis descend on Nate and Tenzin, and the duo must hold them off long enough to be able to ride a stone elevator to safety.

[edit] Treasures

Six Treasures can be found in Heart of Ice:

[edit] Behind the scenes

The Ice Cave, a map in the multiplayer component of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, seems to be based on the ice caves featured in both this chapter and chapter 17 of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Mountaineering.

[edit] References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "Uncharted 2 treasure location guide page 3" (PDF) hosted on Play Magazine online

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
A Rock and a Hard PlaceBreaking and EnteringBorneoThe DigUrban Warfare
Desperate TimesThey're Coming With UsThe City's SecretPath of LightOnly One Way Out
Keep MovingA Train to CatchLocomotionTunnel VisionTrain-wreckedWhere Am I?
MountaineeringHeart of IceSiegeCat and MouseConvoyThe MonasteryReunion
The Road to ShambhalaBroken ParadiseTree of Life

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