Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End and Uncharted The Lost Legacy will be making their way to current-gen PlayStation consoles with a remaster coming out early next year, and this will also mark the franchise’s first time to be ported onto the PC. The two games will be sold in a bundle called “Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection.”

Uncharted 4 & Uncharted The Lost Legacy PC Release Date: Early 2022

The official PlayStation Blog post details the new collection with the following statement:

“This brand-new remastered bundle includes Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, featuring Nathan Drake as he hunts for Captain Avery’s long-lost treasure, setting off for one final far flung adventure across the jungles of Madagascar to long lost pirate colony of Libertalia. It also includes Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which chronicles Chloe Frazer’s breakout exploits as she moves from frenemy to hero. Enlisting the assistance of renowned mercenary Nadine Ross, Chloe ventures to India’s Western Ghats to locate the Golden Tusk of Ganesh.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will be available in early 2022 for PS5. The PC version is in development by our partners at Iron Galaxy and will release shortly after the PS5 version. As these dates approach, we’ll discuss more details.”

The release is somewhat unsurprising, as rumors of Uncharted finally coming to PC have been around since earlier this year. What is mildly unexpected is the Uncharted series being ported over starting with the final two entries – especially when you consider how integral the story and character development of Nathan Drake and his contemporaries are to the enjoyment of the game. Uncharted 4 is the capstone of his story, and for players looking to get into the franchise, starting from the end might not be the best way to appreciate the franchise as a whole.

Still, it is nice to see more exclusives being able to reach a wider audience, as Uncharted was the series that propelled PlayStation first-party studio Naughty Dog to their current heights, what with generation-defining games such as The Last of Us and its sequel, The Last of Us II. Hopefully, Sony will consider bringing the rest of the franchise over to PC, despite the first few games being quite dated by now, it would still be nice to allow players on PC to be able to get the whole story and experience Nathan Drake’s whole story arc in full.