Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception Goes 3D; Live Gameplay Demo on Fallon Dec. 13

By Xav de Matos, Dec 09, 2010 1:00pm PST Now that we've caught our collective breath since Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception was revealed this morning, Naughty Dog saw fit to wind us once more.

The developer behind the Uncharted franchise revealed--via the PlayStation Blog--that the third game in the series will support stereoscopic 3D when it arrives in 2011.

Although the game will see its first official reveal during the 2010 Spike VGAs, Late Night host Jimmy Fallon announced on Twitter that the first gameplay demo of the upcoming PS3-exclusive will be featured on the December 13 episode of his show.

Presumably, guests during the episode will include members from Naughty Dog. Our hope is that, aside from the live demo, the team reveals the process of realistically mo-capping Sully's luxurious facial hair.

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  • Looking at those U3 screens, I wonder if the whole game had to be set in a barren desert to reduce the amount of polygons on screen (no buildings/foliage, sparse environments, etc) to accommodate the stereoscopic 3D.

    I wonder if Crytek plans on licensing out its supposed Stereo-3D technique that doesn't take much more power than normal 2D (by adding depth info instead of rendering twice like with normal Stereoscopy). You'd think if that tech actually worked as Crytek boasts, that every 3rd party dev would be gnawing at their heels to use it.