Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection Review

The Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted The Lost Legacy remaster collection will be out on PS5 shortly and, a bit later, will arrive on PC. We’ve already had a chance to get acquainted with the group, and we’re ready to share our experiences with you in the review.

  • Producer: Naughty Dog
  • Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • Date of release: Jan. 28, 2022

Its Uncharted collection of games provides a cause satisfaction for PlayStation players and envy other console gamers. Naughty Dog has put together an impressive collection of action-adventure games that feature memorable characters, memorable scenes, and breathtaking visuals, which are certain to stay in your mind.

Since 2007, as the initial installment of the series was released, the authors have been steadily improving the series until 2016, when they finally released the publication of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, which was an artistic twist on the tales of Nathan Drake. A year later came the release of the sequel Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which focuses upon the stories of different heroes. So far, it’s the conclusion of the series.

We aren’t sure whether Naughty Dog is working on an entirely new Uncharted. However, it is possible to relive classic moments within The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection Remaster set and includes A Thief’s End and The Lost Legacy upgraded to work on PlayStation 5 and PC. Here’s what you can look forward to of The Legacy of Thieves Collection.

The first and most important thing is that Uncharted will be an action game with a capital letter. Each game is like a great film where you are not just a viewer as much as a participant. To keep an immersive experience, producers often neglect traditional retention methods. For instance, in this case, lengthy cut-scenes or episodes without any fight scenes are the best option, even if they are required. It’s not unusual to sit for one hour at an auction and not get into fighting – but the game never ceases to keep you interested in the proceedings due to the regular shifts in the scene as well as the well-written dialog.

In the course of the battle, tension increases with leaps and leaps. There are many scenes in Uncharted that you will tell the people you know about it with flames in your eyes. For instance, The famous Kingsbay chase that ended in the destruction of a portion and the entire town A Thief’s End, or the train scene that is in The Lost Legacy!”

Prepared firefights won’t make you feel relaxed, either. AI is intelligent, therefore put your feet up and take cover attacking your adversaries, but it’s impossible to avoid sides, smoke bombs, or take them towards the checking point. The player needs to be active and act aggressively. Instead of firing at the opponent, moving closer to him is usually more effective before knocking the opponent out with a blow. The number of opponents can also be reduced before the fight begins using the stealth method and elimination.

Combat with hand-to-hand is another highlight of Uncharted. Although it doesn’t provide unique options, each fight is distinct due to the variety of animated scenes that are contextual. There’s a distinct difference between fighting in an open area, against the wall, or in a box. In the former scenario, Drake will beat his opponent with his fists, and in the second, Drake will be able to press him against an object nearby.

In addition to combat and battles, in addition to fighting, the Uncharted series is also famous for its puzzles. In the ancient temples and pirate hideouts, you’ll find a variety of puzzles and puzzles, to solve which you’ll require a lot of imagination and imagination. However, first, you must solve the answers, which is when acrobatics and parkour are involved. With various animations available and acrobatics, climbing over walls and leaping over rooftops won’t be boring.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy was both impressive when they first came out, and they’re still awe-inspiring today. Particularly when they’re part of The Legacy of Thieves Collection, where the games are enhanced for the next-generation console, the changes aren’t significant: you can expect an increase in graphics quality. The developers have tweaked the textures and added resolution. This isn’t a problem because the original game is stunning even today, even though more time has passed since its launch.

It is now possible to enjoy Uncharted for the PS5 in 60fps as well as 120fps. This is something that was unavailable in PlayStation 4, where it only had 30fps.

The remastered version has three different graphics modes, including 4K with 30 frames per second with 1440p at 60 fps and 1080p with 120 frames per second. In terms of how it plays – it’s worth playing the second one, and the distinction between 1440p and 4K on a TV with 4K resolution is evident only when you look at the screen closely. Additionally, a 2x increase in frame rates dramatically enhances the experience. Also, 120 frames/second is way too high for a single-player game as there isn’t any multiplayer game where a high frame rate is justifiable when compiled. Additionally, this mod has a considerable reduction in the resolution of pictures.

The developers have pumped up the volume with Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. While listening to the game, you can almost feel the explosions’ rumble and gunfire crackling; you get new images: here, the wind blows, and there is a terrified bird. The sound scene got more prosperous and more extensive, and the selection of dubbing in different languages lets you make your characters speak Spanish or even Polish.

The remaster also offers the ability to load saves instantly. The original games loaded onto the HDD console PS4 in less than a minute! Thanks to its compilation process, players won’t need to wait longer than five seconds. It’s a remarkable advancement.

I also wanted more of that promised feedback on the tactile side. In Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, the DualSense capabilities were utilized to their maximum potential; however, the controller’s vibrations are not a surprise in Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. Only the force of the trigger firing makes you think of an old-fashioned console gamepad.

The updated version of Uncharted preserves the original gameplay from Uncharted, the first game. In other words, if you’ve played the game on PS4 and PS Plus, you’ll be capable of transferring your saved games to the remake, provided that they were dedicated to the PS Plus cloud storage. In this way, you’ll be able to play the game again if it is interrupted or even replay episodes you’ve already played.

Players with the PS4 version don’t need to purchase the remaster at the total cost: an upgrade to the understanding that isn’t then cost about 700 rubles to players who have bought Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, or Digital Bundle in their library. If you purchase the upgrade or remaster to version Legacy of Thieves Collection edition on February 4 will be given a voucher code to one ticket to watch Uncharted Ain’t No Map in selected theaters for a present.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection offers you the chance to go back to the adventure of one of your favorite heroes, with enhanced graphics and more frame rates. Of course, we’d love to have more installments from the series to make up The Collection, however in reality, that Uncharted trilogy (Drake’s Fortune, Among Thieves, and Drake’s Deception) requires a complete remake, not just a cosmetic image facelift. The first one, in particular, is the most essential part of the trilogy is aging quite horribly.

A Thief’s End, as well as The Lost Legacy, included in the remaster collection, each have their own storyline, and no knowledge of previous games from the series is needed for understanding the story. This means that you won’t need to fret about missing key events if you haven’t played previous versions. In fact, I’m a bit amused by those who play Legacy of Thieves Collection for the first time on their PS5 or later on a PC. These are the games you’d like to erase your memories to revisit them and over.

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