New Uncharted game accidentally revealed

Posted on November 7, 2012 - 3:02pm by Ben Littlejohn

Update: NeoGAF was quick to reveal that this game has also been rated in Brazil as a "casino/card game"

This is no deception, and you are not among thieves and liars: the Australian Classification Board accidentally revealed the next entry in the Uncharted series, Fight for Fortune. How fortunate! A tweet made by GameStop regarding the game was re-tweeted by Sony exec Shuhei Yoshida, which is a pretty good indication that the ACB wasn't whistling Dixie.

The game's listing has some pretty interesting details: most notably, the game is not developed by Naughty Dog (who is probably hard at work on The Last of Us), but rather by One Loop Games. One Loop Games is probably best known for its World War II title The Saboteur, Ratchet & Clank: Going Mobile, God of War: Betrayal and the console adaptation of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The developer's website hints toward two secret projects, but neither give enough details to suggest which could be Fight for Fortune (though the first claims to already be finished).

One other point worth noting is the game's classification as a "multi-platform" game. This probably doesn't mean we'll see Nathan Drake on a Microsoft or Nintendo console, but rather that this game could have cross-platform compatibility between the PS Vita, PS3, etc.

What do you g1s think? Could another developer bring us a globetrotting adventure as well as Naughty Dog? Could the Australian Classification Board have made a mistake? Fire off in the comments! (But only if you have a five o'clock shadow.)

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