The Wheel Of Founders Puzzle Solution In Uncharted 4
The second part of this puzzle begins when Nathan Drake in Uncharted 4 texts Sam. After that scene, players can venture into the newly-open chamber to discover a fallen portrait. Players will need to mount the portrait back on the wall. Examining this painting will reveal it to be Mayes’s painting with symbols under the column on the left side. Other highlighted symbols in this room can be found on Richard Want’s painting next to his pipe and a symbol beneath Farrells’ sword hand.
Once again, players should note these three symbols in their journal and return to the room with the Founders Wheel. This time, players should rotate Want’s sigil once to the right, Farrell’s sigil once to the left, and adjust Mayes’s sigil 180 degrees, so it is upside-down. Completing this step successfully will again open a new chamber. Like before, Nathan will text Sam to progress the story in Uncharted 4. Players will then be able to proceed to the new chamber.
In addition, an unnamed pirate has a symbol on his burned elbow, and another unnamed portrait has a highlighted snake symbol on the right side of his head. Using the process of elimination, players can determine Tarik bin-Malik is the pirate with the snake.
In this Uncharted 4 puzzle, players should notate these symbols in their journal. And return to the wheel for the final time. This time, players will need to move the symbol that correlates with the portrait. Accordingly, players will need to rotate the scales 180 degrees so that they’re upside-down. The snake once to the left, the monkey 180 degrees so that it’s upside-down. And the tiger once to the right. The wheel should turn once complete, and players can photograph the three completed discs to solve the puzzle.