Uncharted 5 wishlist features

Uncharted 5 Wishlist Features The Fans Want To See

Ever since Uncharted 4: The Lost Legacy was under speculative world, gaming gurus wanted to witness yet another game, but that never happened exactly identical to expectations. Nathan Drake has been long into the world of Uncharted and to be obvious we have witnessed every Uncharted game with this character as the center of the game. Creator and writer of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has recently shared his views at the Eurogamer interview where it was clearly stated that right now they are more into the production of Lost Legacy, which has become more than just a DLC. Gamers still have a question in their minds, when can we expect the Uncharted 5 game?

Uncharted 5 wishlist

Uncharted 5: Some Wishlist Features

As Eurogamer interview proved that the game is coming in, speculations have made the best possible way in concerning the gamers’ sentiments. Further down we are going to present some of the fans’ wishlist feature for the upcoming Uncharted game. Read on and know more.

  • With Uncharted 5 we are definitely going to get our hands with the multiplayer. But all probable rumors hint us that it would be with a split screen option for co-op mode.
  • Vehicles and weapons are somewhat an integral part for games like Uncharted. But wait here, we are not talking about futuristic stuff. Fans definitely want to witness the inclusion of new kinds of cars as well as guns in Uncharted 5.
  • With Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, gamers are going to witness an open world setting, and the game is taking fans in the mountains of India. Perhaps we want to witness an open world setting in Uncharted 5 too, say for a bigger continent, for e.g. Africa.

Can Uncharted 5 happen with Nathan Drake as the protagonist?

Developers have successfully worked with two of the favorite Uncharted side characters in the Lost Legecy. At least by watching Uncharted: The Lost Legacy trailer, it is clear to us how the creators have developed Chloe’s character and while filling in those holes in character, the game turned out to be more than just a DLC. Lost Legacy is going to get launched by fall of August this year. Gaming gurus have hugely speculated the next level of expectations. Yes, and that is all about Uncharted 5. At the Eurogamer, envisions turned out to be real where Shaun Escayg stated that there is supposed to be another Uncharted game but this time they are going to focus more on the side characters as they did in the Lost Legacy. So it is pretty sure from the developers’ side that Uncharted 5 is not going to create with Nathan Drake, instead of the side characters that were portrayed in Lost Legacy. Wait for the next rounds of speculations regarding Uncharted 5 until the game gets into its development.


Borderlands 3 to have much better graphics

Borderlands 3 Will Come With Some Next-Gen Graphical Upgrades

After a very long wait, fans of the Borderlands series finally managed to find comfort early this year knowing that work on Borderlands 3 is currently in progress. That is not to say that we have received direct and unquestioned confirmation from the creators about the same, but the hints that Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford dropped at this year’s Game Developers Conference was enough to drive home the point.

The truth is that Borderlands fans have been waiting for a really long time to hear something concrete about Borderlands 3. But varied information from the creators’ camp ended up confounding them more than anything else. Around 2015, Pitchford stated publicly that the next main entry in the acclaimed series was definitely on their minds, and he added that it had to be huge in order to live up to the high standards that the franchise had set for itself and to the expectations of fans.

But it was not until 2016 that we heard talks about commencing the development of the highly anticipated sequel to Borderlands 2. Pitchford told fans that work would start as soon as they were done with their 2016 title Battleborn and its DLC content. But the good news was that some notable familiar names (Mikey Newmann, Scott Kester) were coming back to continue the journey with their contributions.

Borderlands 3 to come with better graphics

Thanks to all of this, we can now expect that Borderlands 3 is currently in the works (Battleborn is long done). But the biggest hint came during Gearbox’s GDC 2017 showing where they demonstrated a new technology that they were working on. While nothing specific was said about Borderlands 3, what we saw featured some elements that unquestionably belonged to the world of Borderlands. The fact that we had never seen them before fortify our belief that these were, indeed, elements taken from the upcoming series addition that is rumored to be in progress. The most notable elements that we spotted were a barren location and a female character who was all suited up, Borderlands style.

Pitchford never confirmed that any of it belonged to the upcoming entry, but he did mention that the tech was something that could be used in the next Borderlands game. So now that we are sure for the most part that Borderlands 3 is in development, we are really happy that Gearbox is working on some next generation visual technology to bring into Borderlands 3. The Borderlands series has received critical acclaim from all quarters and has become an influential series in the history of gaming for a lot of factors, but one can never ignore the contribution that its unique graphics had in this.

The one thing that we have all wanted to see in Borderlands 3 is a huge leap forward in terms of its graphics. But the fact that the developers are working hard to achieve that is very good to hear. Going by the demo Pitchford showed, the series’ trademark cel-shaded comic book-type graphics is definitely getting some polish. The new technology, the Gearbox Chief said, was being developed based on the Unreal Engine 4 which has been used to build notable titles like Tekken 7, Street Fighter V, and Kingdom Hearts 3, and also the highly anticipated Shenmue 3 that is set to release in 2017.

On all other fronts, such as in-game details like environments, weapons, and enemies, we trust Gearbox to know exactly what is best for Borderlands 3. We hope to hear more concrete news from Pitchford himself soon.