Uncharted 5 is on people’s minds with the arrival of the PlayStation 5 just around the corner. Even if you’re not the owner of a PlayStation, you’ve probably heard of Nathan Drake. The PlayStation 5 will be released in North America, Oceania, Japan , and South Korea on November 12th. On November 19, the rest of the world will see it. So, what does the Uncharted series have in store? Does the exclusive PlayStation game get another one? Is Nathan Drake going to return? For this beloved game series, what’s in store?
*Uncharted 5: The History:-
The Uncharted series is a compilation of exclusive games for PlayStation. They are manufactured by Naughty Dog. There are four games actually, some with expansions. There is a great deal of anticipation for Uncharted 5 as a result. But let’s look at a quick history of the games before we get to that.
“Uncharted: Drake ‘s Wealth” was the first game in the series. It debuted on PlayStation 3 in 2007. In 2009, the second game in the series came out. “Uncharted 2: Among Thieves” is the title of the second game.
The first two games were PlayStation exclusives as a part of a partnership between Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment. In 2011, two years of “Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception” were published in a similar pattern. This was followed in 2016 by ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’. The four key games in the series are these. In 2011, two years of “Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception” were published in a similar pattern. This was followed in 2016 by ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’. The four key games in the series are these.
Two games came out on the PlayStation Vita aside from them. They were “Uncharted: Golden Abyss” and “Uncharted: Battle For Fortune” respectively. These games were released in 2011 and 2012, respectively. “The first three games were remastered into” Uncharted: The Set of Nathan Drake “in 2015. Apart from that, there was a stand-alone extension to the fourth game. “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy” is the title of this expansion. It appeared in 2017.
*About the Series!
This is the first game not to have Nathan Drake as the protagonist in the series. As protagonists, this game had Nadine and Chloe. They’re sub-characters in past games. As a consequence, players assume this is the series’ fifth game. This is not the case, however. It is just an extension of the stand-alone and not the fifth game. Naughty Dog has confirmed that when it comes to Uncharted, they are done with Nathan Drake. That does not mean, however, that they are not going to move on with other characters. In the upcoming pages, we will explore this further.
*A Remastered Version:-
A trend for remastering games for new consoles is already under way. The first three games for PlayStation 4 that were on PlayStation 3 were remastered. One possible possibility is that Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will not be the fifth game, but a remaster. For the PlayStation 5.
*A New Full Protagonist:-
Naughty Dog is finished with Nathan Drake, as described before. But it doesn’t mean that the storey won’t be continued with an entirely new protagonist. There are 3 options:
1. [Spoilers] Nathan has a daughter at the end of Uncharted 4. Cassie Drake is her name. In a new game, there is potential for her to be the protagonist.
2. Chloe and Nadine are in the standalone extension of the 4th game. In a new game, these sub-characters might get their own plot.
3. Someone may be totally different there. As a consequence, they will have no association with the previous matches. So, they are going to take the show in a whole new direction.
*Uncharted 5: Release Date!
There’s no sure-fire way of knowing when Uncharted 5 is going to come out. What we can be sure of is that it’s going to take a couple of years. If Sony doesn’t show a surprise, we’ll have to wait. We also have to bear in mind that they might announce other PlayStation exclusives. So, once we know more about that, you’ll know.
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