In A Leaked Report, Uncharted: Legacy Of Thieves Collection Announces Its PC Launch Date

In A Leaked Report, Uncharted: Legacy Of Thieves Collection Announces Its PC Launch Date
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The PC launch date for the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves compilation has been revealed. On October 19, the long-awaited Uncharted collection, which contains Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, will finally become available for PC.

The collection’s slated release and pre-order bonuses have now been confirmed via a listing that was previously spotted on the Epic Games Store earlier this year.

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On October 19, The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will be released on the Epic Games Store, having been restored and optimized for PC. If you pre-purchase it, you’ll receive a cool new Fortnite glider in the form of Sully’s seaplane.

Yes, you might be flying in on Sully’s seaplane and landing in King’s Canyon, but it’s unclear if you will be eligible to sport his famous mustache. In fact, starting on November 19, the seaplane glider will be available in the Fortnite Item Shop.

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It’s likely to come with the Chloe Fraser and Nathan Drake skins (as well as their harvesting equipment) from earlier this year’s Fortnite. When it comes to the collection itself, there will be a lot of enhancements over the PS4 originals because it was released online on the PS5 and featured upgraded graphics that, no question, will look even nicer on PC.

In more aspects than one, Uncharted 4 is The Last Crusade for Nate, according to IGN’s Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves PS4 assessment. Here, it is enhanced in terms of smoothness, speed, and sharpness, though not to the extent that I’m sure many had expected. Instead, the amount of depth, ambient occlusion, and other visual elements stay unchanged, with the exception of enhanced textures and clarity.

Even if it’s unclear what the PC version will bring to the table, the Uncharted series coming to PC is nonetheless welcome news. The question of whether it’s any good is entirely different.