As one of the most influential series in the development of modern games, Nathan Drake’s adventure has left players thrilled, excited and delighted. Seemingly finished after four parts, it has been reported that Naughty Dog is returning to an entirely new Uncharted project. If true, fans would like Uncharted 5 to continue what they’ve done and boldly change in new places.
First of all, let’s take a look at five things that gamers want in an Uncharted 5
1. Additional Coop mode
In all four previous games, gameplay coop appears only in survival modes and often makes no sense because it is not related to the plot. Therefore, if the new game has a coop option according to the story, this will be a right step. Looking through some other coop games, we have A Way Out is a typical example that Uncharted can learn to deploy better. In addition, with a storyline about family affection and close friendship, a two-person coop option will help players feel less out of place.
2. A more open environment
Hopefully readers won’t equate this to an open world game because Uncharted’s narrative structure doesn’t allow it. The game will remain faithful to the linear texture but will open up a bit more space for players to explore. As a game that takes players to a place where the treasure area has been without human footprints for thousands of years, the expansion of the space in the locations above will create more excitement for players to explore.
3. Many fighting styles
Mechanism of shooting in Uncharted so far is mostly shooting – hiding basic. Therefore, Uncharted 5 needs a certain change or improvement in this teamfight style so that players can take the initiative. In addition, players also expect the melee phase in Uncharted 3 to return and be richer after having been eliminated a lot in the fourth part of this series.
4. Preface to Sully
If Uncharted 5 is a prequel, Sully is the real character that should be mentioned. As an old man in the world of theft, the story of Sully’s life and relationship with Nathan Drake still contains many interesting secrets that if built properly, Uncharted 5 can create a charm. as strong as the original story of Nathan Drake.
5. New villain
Many players expect the new villain to be the one the player has never seen in the previous four installments. This will help refresh the game line without having to make Reboot versions. The Uncharted universe that Naughty Dog created inherently has a rich character system including the main, the villain and the supporting characters. However, the addition of a new character will enable the game to develop both in terms of characters and better plot.
And here are five things most players don’t want to appear in Uncharted 5
1. A Reboot
Reboot can make a good solution for the whole series because looking at God Of War, though the sequel to the series, it is considered a successful reboot of the top fantasy series. For Uncharted, however, remaking the game is a remake of a completely new Nathan Drake, and will be difficult not only for the production and character design, but also for Nolan North – the familiar voice actor for Nathan – when he won’t be able to play Nathan anymore.
2. The item has no value
Uncharted always contains a lot of hidden items or treasures that players will have a hard time finding it and then realize they do not have much influence on the game. Therefore, Uncharted 5 should find ways to create more motivation so that players can devote themselves to finding hidden treasures, as well as making these items with special values or effects on gameplay or other aspect of character.
3. A dark tone
If the series starts again, the game should still keep the bright colors seen in the previous four installments. Of course, the game will still have dark moments, but Uncharted should not be prone to cruelty and violence. A bright theme, an adventure with many difficulties and arduous directions towards the ancient throne has been something that Naughty Dog has reserved for Uncharted, and also for this game not to be assigned as an adult. like The Last Of Us.
4. Long flashbacks
One of Uncharted’s weaknesses lies in the pace of the game when long flashbacks affect the appeal of the game’s story line. They also make players feel dragged and almost want to skip to the future with the story is thrilling.
5. Nathan Drake
Nearly all of Uncharted’s time has been spent on Nathan Drake and he himself had a beautiful ending in the fourth installment of the series. For Nathan, giving up a traveling life to return to his family is a fitting ending that many players agree. Therefore, Uncharted 5 should not continue exploiting Nathan, but should focus on building a new and more interesting protagonist.