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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection: Remaster-Paket erhält Steam

The fact that Uncharted will appear for the PS5 and the PC was longer than rumor in the room, also thanks to the leak in May this year. But as Sony three months ago with a PlayStation 5-Showcase then officially announced that Nathan Drake would actually swing on the current console and the home computer, fans were still halfway surprised.

This was also due to the unusual games' selection: Namely not all parts, but only the fourth part: A Chiefs End and the standalone extension The Lost Legacy after all, both should be visually and technically Something refreshed. The Remaster package is planned for beginning 2022 and has now received a Steam page.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection - PlayStation Showcase 2021 Trailer | PS5 Uncharted at Steam: New page, old info

As already known, there is listed there as a release date 2022. There is not a more specific appointment yet, but the PC version should appear shortly after the PS5 variant, which is scheduled for the beginning of next year. Otherwise, there is still rather low Elbe on the page of Valves PC Store.

Minimum requirements are not yet listed there, as little as the price for the Remaster package. Even with what improvements we can count on, the Steam page does not reveal even yet. On the store side of the PS5 version is after all from improved optics and frame rate the speech. Maybe you'll reveal more with the coming game awards?

Uncharted 4 and A Lost Legacy are not the only ones, so far playstation-exclusive titles, the Sony latched waving on the PC. Already last year, the Open World Adventure Horizon Zero Dawn appeared for the domestic computer, next is the epic journey of Rates and Atreus with God of War on the plan. The latter is likely to make uncertainly unfortunate with the 14th of January 2022.

Source: Steam

From Jonas Roger author 06.12.2021 at 19:38


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