Why Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Is The Perfect Bridge Towards Uncharted 4

ThisGenGaming says "Naughty Dog, the creator of the Uncharted series, made an official announcement at this year’s E3 that a bundle by the name of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection would be released before Uncharted 4. This bundle will be released October 9th of this year, and will feature Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Prior to E3, fans only had heard rumors that they would be seeing a re-release of all the Uncharted games. It spewed up a lot of hype to see that the rumors were not rumors at all, and that the previous installments of the series would hit the market once again. It will be a great way for fans to get a real taste of the Uncharted series again before they see a brand new release, and this bundle will be the perfect bridge towards Uncharted 4."

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DigitalRaptor1129d ago (Edited 1129d ago )

As fun as Uncharted multiplayer is, most people care (and when I say most I'd wager around 90% of people) about the epic story-driven campaign and its mind-blowing set pieces that tell the escapades of our favourite treasure hunter and his friends.

The single player campaigns are the utmost representation of Uncharted, despite multiplayer being such a great addition to the package (and we're getting the MP beta anyway). The way in which they've tried to unify the visuals and the gameplay between all 3 games is fantastic. Bluepoint are simply awesome at what they do. The only continuity issue between the Remasters and UC4, is the frame rate, but if we want a truly beastly next-gen Uncharted, that is the compromise Naughty Dog has already had to make.