Image: Naughty Dog

The store page for Naughty Dog’s upcoming package of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost legacy remasters, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, is now live on Steam. System requirements for the title haven’t been revealed yet, but the listing does include a handful of screenshots that demonstrate how the game should look on PC hardware that’s in line with the PS5. An exact release date has also yet to be confirmed, but Uncharted fans can expect the game to launch sometime next year.

From Steam:

Seek your fortune and leave your mark on the map in the UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection. Uncover the thrilling cinematic storytelling and the largest blockbuster action set pieces in the UNCHARTED franchise, packed with all the wit, cunning, and over the top moments of the beloved thieves – Nathan Drake and Chloe Frazer.

In an experience delivered by award winning developer Naughty Dog can, the UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection includes the two critically-acclaimed, globe-trotting single player adventures from UNCHARTED 4: A Thief’s End and UNCHARTED: The Lost Legacy. Each story is filled with laughs, drama, high octane combat, and a sense of wonder – remastered to be even more immersive.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection was initially announced by Naughty Dog during the PlayStation Showcase event on September 9, 2021. The PC version is being developed by Iron Galaxy and will be released shortly after the PS5 version, which has been slated for “early 2022.”

Source: Steam

Don’t Miss Out on More FPS Review Content!

Our weekly newsletter includes a recap of our reviews and a run down of the most popular tech news that we published.

Join the Conversation


  1. Now we just need Amy Hennig’s [I]Uncharted 1-3[/I] on PC. As for this package, I didn’t care for Neil Druckmann’s [I]Uncharted 4[/I], but Lost Legacy was pretty good (if short, since it is basically standalone DLC). As I said before, I’m very glad to see more Sony exclusives showing up on PC. Need [I]Ghost of Tsushima[/I] next. Unfortunately, as with [I]Horizon Zero Dawn[/I], all of this comes waaaaay to late to help me. I had to suffer playing all these games on consoles. If I had ANY clue any of these games would have shown up on PC, I never would have played them on the consoles. I never ever imagined though that we would ever see Sony exclusives on PC. That’s a bet I would have soundly lost.

Leave a comment