Would you prefer more Drake-less Uncharted games and DLC from Naughty Dog, or are you content with The Lost Legacy being your final adventure?
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The news comes courtesy of a Game Informer interview with Naughty Dog, where the developer shared a few details about the The Lost Legacy level's size. Much like Chloe, Nadine is a formidable and interesting character whose complex nature we just started exploring in her Uncharted 4 debut. He concluded his response with saying that "the likelihood is low" that we see Naughty Dog return to Uncharted. "If we magically had that two-team, three-team studio, sure - it'd be great to keep doing it". However, Naughty Dog is a studio that loves to make new IP in every generation. Surely enough as the company focused more on improving the franchise in each game that it releases, and given its very unique storyline, it's bound to reach a point where the game is already perfected. Designer James Cooper has said that the stage would be the single-largest level ever done in "Uncharted". It will even be bigger than "Uncharted 4's" sprawling Madagascar stage.
Of course, none of this necessarily means that there will never be another Uncharted game after The Lost Legacy. We're also game for whatever Naughty Dog wants to do in the future. Creative Director Shaun Escayg confirmed that the latest chapter in the multi-million dollar franchise would be more "grounded" than previous entries, IGN reports. The site wanted to know if more Uncharted games might be made in the future focusing on other characters outside of Nathan Drake. Along with dealing with Chloe's cultural heritage, The Lost Legacy will also explore the relationship she has with her father. Asav is back on the hunt tusks of Ganesh, a jewel in honor of Ganesh goddess, created by Hoysala (never been to our real world).