Uncharted: Fight for Fortune appears on classification site. But what IS it?

***UPDATE*** New information translated from the Brazilian Ratings Board (opens in new tab) by NeoGAF (opens in new tab) users suggests that the game is a casino card game, which is coming to PlayStation Vita. Not quite as exciting as we’d hoped, sadly. ***UPDATE ENDS***

Uncharted: Fight For Freedom. That is a game that apparently exists somewhere in the world and has been rated (opens in new tab) by the Australian Classification board. We’re not sure why anyone bothers with PR teams any more – all the secrets get blown by these guys anyway. So what can we glean from this information? Being published by Sony, this is almost certainly a new game in the Uncharted series. But it doesn’t look like a new core game for several reasons. Look:

Firstly, the developer is not Naughty Dog – it’s One Loop Games (opens in new tab). Uncharted: Golden Abyss (opens in new tab) on PS Vita may well have been handed to Sony Bend (and turned out very well), but the interesting thing about One Loop Games is it has done a lot of mobile work, notably Ratchet & Clank: Going Mobile and God of War: Betrayal, both now-ancient mobile games you can’t buy for modern devices. But they’re both Sony properties.

Secondly, the rating itself is a big green ‘G’ which is essentially equivalent to the BBFC’s ‘U’ rating. Not necessarily for children, but suitable for all. But the rating comes with an interesting caveat: It also says ‘Caution: Gaming experience may change online’.Oh, and that ‘Drug Use’ check? Probably health pick-ups.

So are we looking at a cartoonified, online multiplayer version of Uncharted for mobile devices? Or perhaps a cross-platform Vita and PS3 shooter? Our bet is a phones/tablets version of the game, similar to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (opens in new tab). Which was good. Thoughts? Let us know in the comments.

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