Velocity Gamer: As many of you gamers out there are playing the new maps in the Uncharted 3 Multiplayer demo today, you've probably noticed something from the past.
I noticed some of the similarities, but the helicopter switch gives it away pretty easily in this video.
Yes. But this won't be included in the shipped version of Uncharted 3. These maps (some) are exclusive to the beta. And some (highrise and maybe this) Will be put up as DLC for people to download...for free!
Who told you that? / source please :)
I never really played much of Uncharted 2 multiplayer, so I didn't know. However, I'm really enjoying this beta and I'm looking forward to the multiplayer being a great counterpart to the inevitably stellar single player.
Most people think molten ruins is an area in the singleplayer in uc3
I prefer the look of the flooded ruins myself. I hope they release U2 maps for U3. I would love to see the Ice Cave released - I loved that map!
I thought that map was terrible; easily my least favorite. If you combine that with the new abilities in UC3 and it'd be a Train Wreck.
SO may games are remakes these days.
And that relates to this how?
I played the map 4 times, and I didn't make the connection lol. Love that map though. Actually I love all the maps so far.
That's kind of surprising. I'm not in the beta, but the maps are almost entirely identical.
really? I noticed it right away. It is the same exact map just with a lava theme instead of water theme. I even said it in a comment on here the day it came out. Im glad its back tho because I really like it. I would love the village back, even a modified village lever would be awesome, maybe even better.
obvious. PS fun fact, this video is from a forum member on the NaughtyDog forums comparing the two maps (because it was quite obvious that it was a remake of flooded ruins made with the UC3 engine)
Yea PersianGlory is part of VelocityGamer. He posted it on the forums and our site.
yes and so is high rise.
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