New PlayStation rumor has bad news for Uncharted fans





A new PlayStation rumor has bad news for Unexplored Fans. It’s been about six years since Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was released via the PS4, and five years since the last Unexplored Game, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, has been freed. To put this into perspective, in ten years, eight Unexplored games have been released between four main games and various spin-offs. All fans of the Nathan Drak series recently got Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (ports) and the new Tom Holland film. And it looks like that won’t change anytime soon if a new rumor is accurate.

Naughty Dog – the developer responsible for the series – has confirmed that it is working on three games. We know that one of these games is a type of standalone online game for The Last of Us Part II. What the other two projects are, however, is a mystery. There have been rumors of a remake of The last of us is in the works, but according to a new rumor, it is a fantastic new IP and The Last of Us Part III.

The new rumor comes the way of Oops leaks on Twitter, whose report makes absolutely no mention of a new Unexplored game, which is odd given the film’s success. However, just because Naughty Dog isn’t working on a Unexplored game doesn’t mean another PlayStation studio isn’t. That said, even if it does, it would obviously be less than ideal for fans of the series, as Naughty Dog isn’t just the creators of Unexploredbut they are one of the best studios in the business.

All of this speculation, however, is based on a rumor, and for now, this rumor should be taken with a large grain of salt. Of course, if any involved party comments on this rumor and speculation, we’ll be sure to update the story accordingly. In the meantime, feel free to share your thoughts and hot-takes in the comments section or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ and keep me posted there. Would you be interested in a Unexplored revival if not courtesy of Naughty Dog?





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