Sunday, December 5

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection ya aparece registrado en ESRB

Since Sony and Naughty Dog announced Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection in September we know that this remastered collection of the last two installments of the saga Uncharted coming to PC and PS5 early 2022, but at the moment we do not yet have an exact release date for the enhanced versions of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. However, new unofficial information could point to the announcement of its release date could be imminent.

This is due to Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection has appeared registered in ESRB, the American age rating agency. The game token gives us little information that we do not know: it is a title of action, platforms and adventures in three dimensions that will be published in Windows PC y PlayStation 5, and includes certain profanity, blood, violence, and use of alcohol and tobacco that earn you the label of ‘teen’, that is, exclusively recommended for adolescents or older people.

It could be released on February 11 with the film of Uncharted?

However, we already know what it means for a video game to be registered with a rating agency like ESRB: its release date could be imminent. From Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection Specifically, we know that it will be launched sometime in 2022, at the beginning of next year, so that there is movement in its registry could anticipate that what is close is the announcement of its launch date. In early November this collection also appeared on the Australian age rating agency implying that It could be released in February 2022, when, curiously, the movie of Uncharted starring Tom Holland.

At the moment the only thing we know is that it will arrive on PS5 and PC at the beginning of next year including both games with improved graphics and performance. We also don’t have much detail on these enhancements beyond that they will include both installments “remastered with improved graphics, higher frame rates and an incredible level of detail.”

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