In a couple of days reach PS5 the remastered versions from Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Y Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, two titles published in 2016 and 2017 respectively that have received new generation improvements such as the possibility of playing at 120 fps, the DualSense’s haptic feedback or 3D audio. In Vandal we have already been able to test the new versions included in Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection to tell you in our analysis in Spanish what we thought.
The youtuber The Bit Analyst It has also already published its comparison of both games in its version of PS5 and in those of PS4 and PS4 Pro, putting the three platforms face to face to evaluate their performance, fluidity and resolution. can you see the comparative video complete below:
In regards to the resolution of the game, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection It works at 1080p and 30fps on the standard model of PS4, reaching 1440p on PS4 Pro, where it maintains the rate of 30 images per second. On PS5 it has three graphic modes that allow it to run at three different resolutions and frame rates per second:
- Loyalty mode: 2160p a 30fps
- Performance mode: 1440p a 60fps
- Performance+ mode: 1080p a 120fps
Regarding the rest of the improvements, the youtuber seala la virtual disappearance of load times and the 45% reduction in the size of games as something to consider. Anisotropic filtering and the draw distance of geometry and elements have also been improved (although not in shading, which only seems to have some improvements in some far shadows). Instead, the texturing has not changed.
Uncharted: Legacy Collection of Thieves will be available on January 28 on PS5 and later also on PC. Its recommended price is 49,99 in Spain, but those who have the original versions of one of these two games, as well as the pack that includes both titles for PS4, can pay an update of 10.