Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves is tomb-raiding its way onto PC towards the end of October.
Does that mean PC players will finally get to experience all of protagonist Nathan Drake’s adventures? Not quite. Despite the title, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves is a collection of two action-adventure games – Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
The former is the “last” Uncharted game, at least until developer Naughty Dog reboots the series, and the latter is a slightly more open-world spin-off featuring established series character Chloe Frazer and newcomer Nadine Ross. But if you’ve yet to experience the joys of the Uncharted series, these are the two best-looking titles in the series.
Besides which, they’re also an awful lot of fun to play. Check out our review of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End here and Uncharted 4: The Lost Legacy here. Yes, Nathan Drake can be an absolute arse but he grows on you somehow, so much so you’ll forget that – in the first few titles at least – that he’s murdering people for artefacts and treasure he has no right to.
For years, the series has been PlayStation exclusive but, as with several other Sony games including God of War, the PC is now getting a look in. The PC version will feature a wealth of PC tweaks including reimagined UI, scale sliders, GPU and VRAM detection, Variable Load Speed, ultra wide monitor support. In short, if you’ve got a really, really meaty PC you should be able to make it look even prettier than on the PS5.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves will arrive on PC this October 19th, arriving on the Steam store and Epic Game stores, priced at $49.99/€49.99. You can find the minimum specs here.