Uncharted 2 DLC Slated For End of The Year

By Evan Velez

October 23, 2009

If you own a PS3, then you know what Uncharted 2 is, and I hope to God you have played it. If you have played it, you probably were in awe and told all of your PS3 owning friends to pick it up. Hell, you probably told people to buy a PS3 just to be able to play Uncharted 2.

Industry Gamers was able to get an interview with Naughty Dog’s Creative Director Amy Hennig. Hennig went on to say that Uncharted 2 “exceeded expectations.” With the praise this game received as well as stellar reviews across the gaming community, it is great to see the game go above and beyond Naughty Dog’s projections.

When asked about DLC, Hennig said, “We’re working on that now, and what we’re prepared to say is that there will be DLC available before the end of the year. Without going into specifics, it’ll involve new maps, new characters, things like that. Some of it will be free of charge and some of it will be purchasable. We’ve got a lot of people on the team working on this stuff, some really cool stuff that people will be excited about. So we’re definitely taking it very seriously.” This is an announcement that I know I was waiting for, and can only wait to see what Naughty Dog has up their sleeves. It is also great to see Naughty Dog giving its full attention to keeping the game from stagnating, let’s just hope that there is a fair amount of free DLC as well, because it would be a great way to kick off the wave of DLC that is to come. If you don’t own Uncharted 2 yet, what are you doing? You can read more on Dualshockers.com AFTER you get Uncharted 2.

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Evan is not only a contributing editor but also the official west coast liaison for the site. He is a Sony fanboy without regard but has also spent countless hours grinding away in Azeroth. A true video game music enthusiast and a well versed video game historian. You do not want to argue with the man, you will probably lose.

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