The Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End remaster bundle and the standalone expansion The Lost Legacy will be released on January 28, 2022 for PlayStation 5. The PS4 version upgrade costs €10. The PC version will follow later, but when that’s not clear yet.
The PlayStation 5 version will have three graphics modes. For the best quality, players can choose Fidelity mode, in which the game is played in Sweetened 4K resolution with 30fps target. There is also a performance mode where the game uses a 60fps target. Developer Naughty Dog doesn’t say what decision it will come with. Maybe it’s 4K with Chess game Or a dynamic decision. Finally, there’s Performance + mode, in which the game runs at 1080p with a target of 120fps. The developer does not say anything about any other graphical differences in the three modes.
Manufacturers promise very fast loading times and 3D audio support. The PS5 version will also receive support for haptic feedback and adaptive stimuli DualSense controller. The remaster pack contains only the single player parts of the two games. The multiplayer parts are missing.
finally Sony announces Owners of PlayStation 4 editions of Uncharted 4 or The Lost Legacy can purchase an upgrade to Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves for PS5 for €10. It is possible to upgrade both the physical and digital versions, but the version of Uncharted 4 that PlayStation Plus subscribers can claim is not upgradable.
This upgrade will be available from January 28, 2022. This is also the release date for The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. This new package costs €50 separately and is available both physically and digitally. The remaster package for PC will also be released later in 2022, but a release date has not been announced yet.
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