London Underground (Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception chapter)

This article refers to the Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception chapter. You may be looking for the multiplayer map of the same name.

London Underground
Katherine Marlowe's secret library.
Game Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
Chapter 5
Preceded by Run to Ground
Succeeded by The Chateau
Treasures 4

London Underground is the fifth chapter of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. The chapter follows treasure-hunter Nathan "Nate" Drake, antique-dealer Victor "Sully" Sullivan and Charlie Cutter as they make their way through an abandoned underground train station that is now part of Katherine Marlowe's secret hideout.


[edit] Synopsis

After making their way into Katherine Marlowe's hideout, treasure-hunter Nathan "Nate" Drake, antique-dealer Victor "Sully" Sullivan and Charlie Cutter now come to an abandoned underground train station. After defeating several patrols of Marlowe's agents, the trio come to the secret library, where they overhear a conversation between Marlowe and her right-hand man Talbot. Marlowe tries and fails to insert a forged version of Sir Francis Drake's ring into the accompanying, and upon revealing the deception, realises there's a chance they may have been followed back to the hideout. Marlowe and Talbot leave with Marlowe's agents to search the hideout, and Nate, Sully and Cutter drop down to the ground floor of the library.[1]

After stealthily subduing the guards on sentry duty, the trio investigate the notes gathered by Marlowe on Francis Drake. Nate then climbs up to the figurehead from Drake's ship, the Golden Hind and retrieves a map of a voyage once made by Drake. However, as he does this Marlowe's agents burst into the library. Nate, Sully and Cutter are able to subdue these agents, but must defeat many more as they make their hurried escape.[1]

After escaping in the back of Chloe's van, they regroup and look over their findings at an apartment in London. Form the notes, it is deduced that Francis Drake was once sent on a voyage by Queen Elizabeth to find Iram of the Pillars, a lost city said to be in the Rub' al Khali desert on the Arabian Peninsula. Furthermore, the notes complied by Marlowe reveal that the next clues to the location of Iram lie in France and Syria. As a result, Cutter and Chloe make their way to Syria, while Nate and Sully head to a chateau in Eastern France.[1]

[edit] Treasures

London Underground features four Treasures:

[edit] Behind the scenes

London Underground is the fifth chapter of the 2011 video game Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, sharing its name with a track on the official soundtrack of the game.[3] The fictional North Atwood underground train station featured in this chapter is the inspiration for the London Underground map in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception multiplayer, while the London Underground chapter of the online Co-op Adventure mode is also based on this chapter.

[edit] References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Uncharted 3 Walkthrough: Chapter 5 (Part 5/22)" on YouTube
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Uncharted 3 Treasure Locations: Chapter 5" on YouTube
  3. "Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception - Track Listings" on Amazon

Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
Another RoundGreatness from Small BeginningsSecond-Story WorkRun to Ground
London UndergroundThe ChateauStay in the LightThe CitadelThe Middle Way
Historical ResearchAs Above, So BelowAbductedRough SeasCruisin' for a Bruisin'
Sink or SwimOne Shot at ThisStowawayThe Rub' al KhaliThe Settlement
CaravanThe Atlantis of the SandsThe Dreamers of the Day

CharactersMultiplayerTreasuresTrophiesVoice ActorsWeapons

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