Epic Games unintentionally announced the PC release date for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy before swiftly erasing the information. The action games from Naughty Dog are now playable on PC for the first time, according to a recent update on the Epic Games Store.
Shortly after bargains hunter Wario64 shared the news, Epic took down the post and the full game page. Although the post is currently unavailable, it appears to have been published ahead of schedule; therefore, you can rest certain that the information provided is true and will likely reappear shortly.
In the post, Epic and Naughty Dog reveal that Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves for PC will be available for pre-order on October 19 for the Epic Games Store and Steam, with the added incentive of a unique new glider for Fortnite based on Sully’s plane if you pre-order the collection through Epic’s service.
A Thief’s End and the spinoff Uncharted: Lost Legacy, in which Chloe Fraser and Nadine Ross try to save an ancient item from falling into the wrong hands, make up the Legacy of Thieves package.
Unfortunately, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, which bundles together the original three Uncharted games, has yet to receive a release date. Playing Uncharted 4 without first completing the original trilogy may leave you feeling disconnected from Nathan Drake’s journey.
It can be read independently as an epilogue, albeit you could miss some of the nuances of the plot and the growth of the characters.
However, Lost Legacy can be enjoyed without having read any of the other books in the series.
Uncharted: The Complete Collection is expected to be released on PC by Naughty Dog at some point in the future. All five Uncharted games were rumored to be coming to PC in 2021, and this aligns with Sony‘s larger aim of releasing more of their games for PC shortly, such as The Last of Us Part 1.
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