The final chapter to Nathan Drake's adventure, "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End," has finally finished and is in its final code, which means the creative director Neil Druckmann has started getting feedback about what people think of the titles ending. 

"I think people will discuss the ending. If focus tests are anything to go by, there will be some arguments about the ending," Druckmann told IGN during a recent "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" gameplay event. "I'm excited. Indifference would be the worst thing. I would rather have people hate it than be indifferent to it. We'll see how they react."

Furthermore, Druckmann revealed Naughty Dog didn't let users perception or suggestions about Nathan Drake's adventures alter the company's vision of the games story.

"What I found is you kind of have to ignore other people. Any time you try to please something outside yourself, it can easily come off as false," Druckmann said. "Whenever we make something that's honest to us that is the game we truly want to play, you know whether you succeed or not. You pick up the controller and you're playing it and you're like, 'Am I feeling anything from these characters? Am I having fun? Am I intrigued? Am I bored? Do I even care about this character?' And if not, OK, I need to fix that for myself. I found that the more we've done that, the more successful we've been, and that's the only correlation I can come up with."

Regardless how you take in the end of "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End," Druckmann is looking forward to getting the title into players hands. 

"I'm giddy because we're done," he said. "We have final code but people aren't playing it yet, so I'm anxious."

Meanwhile, Naughty Dog has released an all-new cinematic trailer for the coming title. In this latest video we see Nathan Drake questioning decisions, everything he's done for a treasure that could make him rich but also cause him to lose everything he holds dear, including a chance to have a family. Check out the intense cinematic trailer below:

"Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" will arrive on May 10.