There very well could be more to the Uncharted franchise after Uncharted 3 releases later this year. Evan Wells of Naughty Dog said in a recent interview that the franchise wasn’t “concieved as a trilogy”. Since “Every single episode is a standalone adventure”, the developer stated that they could continue to franchise in after Drake’s Deception. “We feel like we can keep putting him in these scenarios that are self-contained that anyone can pick up and play, but if you have played and know the characters and storylines it can be an even more rewarding experience.”
” I don’t see why we wouldn’t keep going and making more of those adventures as long as we’ve got the ideas.” said Wells in a recent interview. And ideas aren’t a commodity that Naughty Dog seems to be coming up short on. Both Uncharted games have had exceptional plotlines, with an incredible balance of storytelling, spetacular gameplay, and jaw dropping graphics. Everything we’ve seen thus far from Uncharted 3 looks like the developers have their sights set on topping what is widely regarded as the best action adventure game of the generation in Uncharted 2.
- This article was updated on:December 3rd, 2017