It goes without saying that Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception is the most anticipated game for almost every PlayStation 3 owner out there. The game will also support 3D technology when it releases this November and apparently that will be the best way to experience Uncharted 3.
In an interesting interview with GameInformer, Evan Wells has claimed that the best way to play Uncharted 3 is in 3D.
The game designers have to be conscious of it when they’re scripting their cameras to show where Drake has to go next when he’s climbing up a pole or we’re showing off a vista. The designers have to go in there to set the 3D convergence points. You have to make sure you’re transitioning smoothly between convergence points because if you do it too suddenly or rapidly it can cause eye strain. We have to render our cutscenes in 3D and 2D so it doubles the amount of space we’ve got on the disc for video so it’s mandated that we go to a dual-layer disc this time. It really did have a ripple effect across every aspect of development, but in the end, I still fully think it’s been a great addition to the game and will be the best way to play the game.
But in my opinion, Uncharted 3 with or without 3D will be one hell of an experience.
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