Uncharted 3: Move support 'depends on story'
4th Aug 2010 | 09:59
Future games in the Uncharted series will only incorporate Move and 3D support if it "fits into the story" Naughty Dog wants to do, says community man Arne Meyer.
Speaking in a recent interview, Meyer admitted that incorporating the PlayStation controller is definitely something the studio would consider for its next game, but it has to fit in with its design goals.
"What we may do with this technology depends on how it fits into the story we want to do, so we haven't made any decisions at this time," he said.
"Generally speaking, it is an exciting technology to see come to fruition in the home, as it opens a variety of ways developers can innovate with their narrative and with their games."
Although he spoke highly of the Move controller, Meyer once again reiterated the importance of story in Uncharted.
"Utilising the Move is certainly an option we would consider - again, if it fits in with our narrative and design goals," he said.
In the same interview the Naughty Dog man revealed the studio would "love" to make more Uncharted, though it sounds like an inevitability at this point.