Looks like the film adaptation of “Uncharted” is losing another director as Travis Knight has dropped out from helming the upcoming feature. The film was pushed back from its release date, causing Knight to consider leaving the project due to the big change in the film’s schedule.

According to Deadline, Sony still plans on making the movie with a new director and release date despite Knight stepping back. The film has gone through several changes in directors over the years, with David O. Russell first attached to the project. Neil Burger, Shawn Levy, and Dan Trachtenberg were also picked to direct the big-budget feature before dropping out due to creative differences and scheduling conflicts.

Travis Knight is of course known for his work in Laika, having worked on stop-motion animation with films like “ParaNorman” and “The Boxtrolls” before making his directorial debut in “Kubo and the Two Strings.” The director made his live-action debut helming the “Transformers” spin-off film “Bumblebee.” Despite not working on “Uncharted,” Knight is still working on his upcoming film adaptation of “The Six Million Dollar Man” with Mark Wahlberg.

This time, the conflicts are in reference to Tom Holland, who is set to star in the film alongside Wahlberg, who also has filming for the third “Spider-Man” film next summer.

The “Uncharted” games have been highly successful with critics and fans, putting Playstation on the map with its concept and sense of adventure in its gameplay and storytelling. Developed by Naughty Dog, the franchise has made four main titles under its belt, chronicling the journey of treasure hunter Nathan Drake as he travels the world in search of artifacts that put him in danger against various foes.

The film was previously scheduled for Dec. 18, 2020, but with "Uncharted" pushed back, there's currently no new date given for its release.

Nathan Drake Uncharted 4 Nathan Drake looks broken and tired in "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End." Photo: www.ign.com