Sony gave us the treat of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection trailer

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    Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will be released next week, and Sony has released a new trailer to get us excited.

    “Play as Nathan Drake and Chloe Frazer in their standalone adventures as they are forced to confront their pasts and forge their legacies,” state’s the video description. “The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection includes the critically acclaimed single-player stories from both Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, remastered for the PS5 console.”

    The updated collection will benefit from the PS5’s reduced load times as well as Spatial 3D Audio on supported systems, in addition to better graphics. We’re also assured that the DualSense controller’s reactive triggers and haptic feedback would provide better feedback. Fidelity Mode, which stays to native 4K resolution with a goal frame rate of 30 FPS, Performance Mode, which seeks 60 FPS at a dynamic resolution, and the new Performance+ Mode, which targets 120 FPS at 1080p, will all be available.

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    The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will be available for $49.99 / £34.99 on PS5 starting January 28, 2022. If you already own any original game – but not the free PS Plus version, I’m afraid – you may upgrade for $10. If you purchase the entire game or an upgrade before February 3, 2022, you’ll receive a coupon for a complimentary ticket to the Uncharted movie, which will be released a few weeks later on February 18, 2022.

    The game will be released on PC later this year, although no exact release date has been set. “Sure, it’s a little loose at the start,” we said in the GamesRadar+’s 4-star Uncharted 4 review, “and tonally it tries hard to be so serious and grown-up, but once it gets all that out of its system the Uncharted-ness comes through and we get to take Nate for one last spin, ‘Oh Craps’ and all.”

    Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is a game worth visiting – or revisiting. “[T]he game is visually breathtaking too, with the kind of vistas where you can’t help but quickly switch to photo mode – usually moments just before Chloe herself whips out her phone to take a near-identical shot. Combine this beauty with the fact that Lost Legacy’s storyline and its characters are so engaging, and it’s easy to forget you’re pretty much replaying the old games with a few name changes and a bunch of extra locations. And besides: more Uncharted is never a bad thing anyway.”

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