Those who will have spent their console on New Zealand time know it all too well: the Pacific Islands are always one step ahead of us. Is it any wonder if the first classification concerning the Uncharted compilation comes from them? The answer is obviously “Oh no no no no no!”
Because it is these licenses that continue to garner (good) sales, Sony took advantage of the last PlayStation showcase dedicated to titles first-party to compile Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End and the Uncharted The Lost Legacy spin-off as part of the Legacy of Thieves Collection.
Quick quick, fly away
For the occasion, these two titles respectively in 2016 and 2017 will benefit from very remastered versions, and will be for the first time the joy of PC gamers, since this is now Sony’s new strategy. Until then, the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection compilation was only scheduled for “early 2022” without further details. But today, the body responsible for classification in the land of kangaroos (you guessed it) has just pulled the first one.
Indeed, the well-named Australian Classification has just put online Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection sheet, an index that probably does not provide information on the release date, but which suggests a well-kept schedule on Sony’s side :
Unsurprisingly, the game receives an MA15 + badge, since each of the two titles included had been given the same mention in Australia, the fault of a certain violence that we will obviously find in these two remasters. Luckily, guy Nathan still isn’t dealing with drugs.
While waiting for the arrival of this new title from the “PlayStation PC” label, remember that the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection site is in the hands of the Iron Galaxy studio, and that its release remains for the time scheduled on PC and PS5 at “beginning of the year 2022“.
From there to imagine that Sony does not take advantage of the release of the already criticized feature film featuring a very young Nathan Drake on February 16, only to offer kinetic force to the license, there is only one step, that we will give you the opportunity to cross (or not) in the comments below.