Even after rising a latest diversion starring Nathan Drake with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Naughty Dog has some-more skeleton to keep a authorization alive in a future.
In an talk with a Eurogamer website, a artistic executive and screenwriter of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Shaun Escayg, has pronounced that it is approaching that a arriving standalone diversion will not be a final one of a series.
Whoever played Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End knows that it is roughly unfit for Nathan Drake to be a protagonist of a new game, though Escayg gave some suggestions for a future.
Lost Legacy is a standalone enlargement labelled during $40 that will underline dual ancillary characters from a other games – and will really not underline Nathan Drake. Escayg seems to see this proceed as something useful for a destiny of a array by saying a following:
I wouldn’t contend it’s a end. This thieving universe is huge. There’s so many characters. Even before we staid on this sold story we were exploring Sullivan, we were exploring Cutter, and pairing any other up, meditative what would be right, what would have conflict, growth, something new, something fresh. And Chloe was a one that kept jumping out. But to contend a Uncharted universe is done… we doubt that highly.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy stars Chloe Frazer, Nathan Drake’s former partner in prior Uncharted chapters, who is approaching to join niggardly Nadine Ross (one of a villains of a fourth game) in India in hunt of a supposed Ganesh’s tusk. You can check out an extended footage of a E3 2017 gameplay demo right here.
The diversion will be accessible in digital and earthy stores starting Aug 22, exclusively for Sony’s PlayStation 4 console.