Earlier this week we got word of how the upgrade path for Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will work. But where other publishers and platform holders have made upgrades as easy as possible, PlayStation’s first-party suite of titles continue to require a spreadsheet’s worth of breakdown to work out what option is best for you.
Getting to experience both Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy in their glitzy new-gen forms should be a cause of celebration, but the shine on this treasure is being hampered by a messy upgrade path, although it’s admittedly neat that you only need to own one of the two original titles to be eligible for the PS5 versions of both.
In today’s video, Aaron analyses what your options are when it comes to upgrading your existing copies of either Uncharted game to the upcoming Legacy of Thieves collection on PS5. Set for release in January, features like DualSense haptic feedback, 3D audio support, and 120 frames-per-second all await, but it’s far from a smooth process.