Following on from yesterday morning’s unfortunate leak, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake collection has now been officially announced for the PlayStation 4.
Boasting updated textures and models, updated resolutions and frame rates (1080p/60fps), as well as access to the Uncharted 4 multiplayer beta, the collection includes all three console installments of the Uncharted franchise so far and will be released this October.
If you owned a PlayStation 3, there’s a high chance you’ve already played at least one Uncharted game over the years. If you have, and if you enjoyed it, this article isn’t for you. Go on scamp, run along outside and go for a bike ride or something. I’m here to talk to everyone else. Your tea will be ready around 7. Stay away from the brook in Mulberry forest. That’s where Karen was found dead.
Anyway. If you’re new to the PlayStation range of systems this generation (perhaps after transferring over from an Xbox or Nintendo console) then this announcement is incredibly important, because Uncharted is well regarded as one of the greatest new IP’s of the last generation and for good reason too, because they’re great.