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Naughty Dog Says Uncharted Sequel Could Be Open World, If They Make It

Naughty Dog Says Uncharted Sequel Could Be Open World, If They Make It

In an interview with Eurogamer, Lost Legacy’s creative director and writer Shaun Escayg when asked about if the Uncharted world was done since Nathan Drake’s Story was over he said,

“I wouldn’t say it’s the end. This thieving world is huge. There’s so many characters. Even before we settled on this particular story we were exploring Sullivan, we were exploring Cutter, and pairing each other up, thinking what would be right, what would have conflict, growth, something new, something fresh. And Chloe was the one that kept jumping out.

But to say the Uncharted world is done… I doubt that highly.”

This basically means that Lost Legacy is not the last Uncharted game and we can expect more games that feature the other characters. And that’s not the only interesting part of the interview, when asked if they considered making an open-world game like most games right now he said,

“The future is uncertain there – we’re always testing it. There’s a segment in Lost Legacy similar to [Uncharted 4’s] Madagascar where you can choose to explore and see different areas at different times, experience it differently. When we find a way to do things in an open world I think we’ll definitely venture there at some point.”

This isn’t a 100% confirmation that the next game will be open world but we know that they’re intrigued with the idea and if not the next, maybe the one after that could be an open-world game with a completely explorable world with massive set pieces.

But for now, we know that they’ve put a lot of time and effort into Lost Legacy and that they have also focused on the story as well. So all of you who are waiting for more Uncharted can look forward to this game to scratch that itch.

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