A number of controversies surround the game Uncharted 4 because the one showed last year doesn’t match with the game play trailer shown recently.
But, a latest rumor confirms that an E3 2015 update is definitely on the cards.
The next gen console race is just heating up with Playstation 4 and Xbox One going head on against each other. Both of them have nearly the same list of games but the exclusives are all that matters. Sony is already ahead of the competition as they have sold more number of consoles than Microsoft. They also have many amazing titles lined up including the Order 1886, Bloodborne and Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End. Among them, it is Nathan Drake who can go against the mighty Halo’s Master Chief who is coming to Xbox One in 2015.
E3 Dates Confirmed
The dates for E3 2015 event has been confirmed and it is taking place in the month of June (16-18). That’s a long way to go but it is definitely worth the wait. This year it is going to be all about games because the consoles took over a year to settle down. They needed the time to be properly distributed to countries around the globe and reach gamers. Now that the initial setup is over, the only thing remaining is to roll out some amazing games to keep them happy. Sony has already revealed a long list on their official blog. It confirms all the upcoming games scheduled for 2015 for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita consoles.
However, the much anticipated Uncharted 4 has been listed under to be determined category. The game is coming in 2015 without a doubt unless Naughty Dog needs more time but for now as it doesn’t have a release date yet. As Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015 is taking place in June which is at least three months away, we might probably have solid news by then.
Aiming for the Best Graphics
Most critics and gamers believe that during the E3 update for Uncharted 4, Naughty Dog and Sony might finally be able to show some better visuals for the game. The one shown last time during their Playstation event was a disappointment because it didn’t match with what was shown during E3 2014. The developers might have downgraded it for better FPS on PS4. In an interview, they said the team is aiming to achieve 60 FPS without compromising on graphical quality.
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