Whether you are a PlayStation owner or not, you must definitely know about Uncharted on PlayStation 3 which marked the beginning of an unforgettable journey of the main protagonist Nathan Drake but it all ended with Uncharted A Thief’s End back in 2016. At the helm of Uncharted’s story was Amy Henning who left the company down the road.
She also made it clear she’s not coming back to the Uncharted series but Lost Legacy has given a way for her to come back and do more without Drake being the main protagonist of the game.
Amy Hennig who’s the ex-creator of the series left the studio in the early stages of development of Uncharted 4 but she has now revealed in a recent talk that Uncharted can go in various different directions with their upcoming games.
Hennig told GameReactor:
And how would you continue it? I mean, that’s tough, because they kind of wrapped it up with a bow and had the flash forward. Look, I think there’s a lot of material there that you could continue with Cassie, with the daughter, you could do flashback stories with Nathan Drake… you just look at Indiana Jones; there’s really not a limit. You can always jump back in and tell a story with an older character and that gives a whole different colour to it, which is kind of cool, and you could do sort of the Young Indiana Jones version of Nathan Drake if you wanted to. I’m excited, because it sounds like the filmmakers are gonna do that actually with the Uncharted film and go back to an earlier time and stuff like that.
She mentions Cassie who’s the daughter of Nathan Drake and that she can have a journey of her own to follow her fathers’ path which will be really interesting to see. There’s no limit she says, they can pick any character and tell a different story with him or her.
She also included a young Indiana Jones version of Nathan Drake which sounds more than just amazing and the fans will do anything to have Drake back as he’s one of the most beloved characters ever in the gaming industry.
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