Anyone who has ever spent their console in New Zealand knows only too well: The Pacific islands are always one step ahead of us. Is it any wonder if the first classification regarding the Uncharted compilation came from them? The answer is obviously “Oh no no no no no!”
Since it is these licenses that continue to generate (good) sales, Sony used the last PlayStation showcase for titles first party
Quick, quick, fly away
To mark the occasion, these two titles will benefit from heavily revised versions in 2016 and 2017 and will delight PC gamers for the first time as this is now Sony’s new strategy. Until then, the compilation of the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection was only planned for “early 2022” without further details. But today the body responsible for classification in the land of kangaroos (you guessed it) just fired the first one.
Indeed, the well-named Australian classification has just come online la fiche d’Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection, an index that does not provide any information on the release date, but suggests a well-kept schedule on the part of Sony :
Unsurprisingly, the game earns an MA15 + badge, as each of the two included titles received the same mention in Australia, due to a certain amount of violence that we will obviously find in these two remasters.
As you wait for this new PlayStation PC label to arrive, remember that the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection website is in the hands of the Iron Galaxy studio and that it is due to be released on PC and PS5 for the scheduled time. “Beginning of 2022“.
To imagine Sony failing to take advantage of the February 16 release of the already criticized feature film starring a very young Nathan Drake to add kinetic power to the license, there’s only one step we’re going to give you in the comments section below to cross (or not).