Uncharted: Fight for Fortune turns up on Classification Board database

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 7 November 2012 04:06 GMT

The Australian Classification Board database has revealed a mysterious new Uncharted title.

Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is listed as a multi-platform release from Sony, and has been awarded a G rating for “very mild impact” violence and drug use.

The developer is listed as One Loop Games, whose oeuvre includes downloadable Xbox 360 and PlayStation Network titles, as well as an extensive list of mobile releases. Most seem to be spin-odd to existing franchises, including a couple of Sony ones – God of War: Betrayal and Ratchet & Clank: Going Mobile.

The Los Angeles-based company’s website lists two secret projects, one of which is a “big game”.

No announcements have been made regarding the future of the Uncharted series; naughty Dog continues to support the third game, Drake’s Deception, but is also working on 2013 release The Last of Us.

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Uncharted: Fight For Fortune

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