Sony has been relatively silent about the Release of the
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves package for PC. However,
according to a recent article in the Epic Games Store, it looks
like the package is set to launch on June 20, 2022. It was
released in January for PlayStation 5 and includes the resume of
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
The PC version was developed by Iron Galaxy Studios and will
reportedly be available on Steam on July 15. As always, we'll have
to wait for Sony's official announcement, however, it looks like
the package will be released on the Epic Games Store almost
a month earlier.
According to published reviews It seems that the remake of the various versions of the popular Uncharted series on the PlayStation 5 looks great, and fans are very excited about the games that will be released on this hardware in the future. On the other hand, PC users can experience two of the best exclusive games in the history of PlayStation with improved graphics on this platform with various graphic settings.
In other news related to the series, one of Nate Dogg 's newly hired employees has apparently indicated that Sony is planning for future versions of Uncharted. He has stated that he is looking for talent at every level and that he is excited to be able to bring together future teams not only to build new games but also to inherit the Uncharted series.
Other members of Nate Dogg, of course. Nor have they ruled out making new versions of the series. Early in the Release of the Thieves' Legacy package, the creator of Last Legacy, Sean Skig, announced that a new version of Uncharted was not unlikely. He added:
I think we can never say never. Uncharted is a collection that we love and the studio loves. This is a world we want to see more of.
Since Uncharted 4 is considered to be the definitive end
to Nathan Drake's story, the production studio seems to be focusing
on other projects. It remains to be seen what characters future
versions will use. On the other hand, as to why Nate Dogg released
the remaster of previous games for PlayStation 5 instead of making
a new game from the series, Skig said that bringing these versions
to the new hardware is valuable because it is literally the best
way to It is the experience of the story and their