Naughty Dog: Uncharted “wasn’t conceived as a trilogy”

It’s safe to expect more Uncharted in the future, if the words of Naughty Dog co-president Evan Wells are anything to go by. Speaking to CVG at E3, Wells said that the hit PlayStation series “wasn’t conceived as a trilogy at all.

“Every single episode is a standalone adventure,” said Wells. “We full like we can keep putting him in these scenarios that are self-contained that anyone can pick up and play, but if you have played them and know the characters and storylines it can be an even more rewarding experience.

“I don’t see why we wouldn’t keep going and making more of those adventures as long we’ve got the ideas.”

Last week, Naughty Dog released a new trailer and six minute gameplay clip of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, which is out for PlayStation 3 on November 1, 2011. See them here.

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