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Post by Dan @ 04:27pm 09/03/11 | 3 Comments
The official PlayStation blog bares some new Uncharted 3 details, following their recent GDC 2011 presentation. New screenshots and a trailer released today introduce one Katherine Marlowe, a British aristocrat and leader of an ancient secret society:
Marlowe is definitely not one you want to get in the way of, or worse, double cross! To give you some background, Katherine Marlowe is the coldly calculating leader of a secret society whose roots date back over four hundred years to the court of Queen Elizabeth I. She has a long-standing rivalry with Nathan Drake over Sir Francis Drake’s ring – something they both contend is rightfully theirs and is also the key to an ancient mystery.

As you can tell from the cutscene above, Marlowe is a much more cerebral enemy than Drake has confronted in the past, using both psychological and physical tactics to get what she is after. Marlowe also has the assistance of her team of highly trained agents in this secret society – they are far more elusive and dangerous than the hired guns Nathan Drake and Victor Sullivan have faced in the past.
Check out the new cut-scene video below or click here for the HD option and stop by our Uncharted 3 game page for a couple of new bits of artwork.

Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is due exclusively on PlayStation 3 on November 11th 2011.




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Latest Comments
Khel
Posted 05:35pm 09/3/11
I was expecting her to be voiced by someone like Judi Dench or Helen mirren.
Rawprawn
Posted 06:23pm 09/3/11
Yeah i thought i saw a bit of Helen in there too.
Gaz
Posted 09:38am 12/3/11
Jason Statham lookalike ( Transporter ) hitting Drake and somewhat similar looking Helen Mirren as Marlowe.
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