According to leaked information from Sony, the classic PS4 adventure game may lose its PlayStation-exclusive status and become available to play on PC.
Unknown 4: The end of a thief The PS4 was one of the most critically acclaimed video games of the generation, featuring entertaining storylines, cinematic graphics, and puzzle-solving gameplay that we have come to know and love from the series by developer Naughty Dog. While this may be a fitting end to the story of the beloved rogue Nathan Drake, it turns out that the 2016 title could have a new lease of life as a PC game.
The original series was always a PlayStation exclusive, and for a few years it was arguably one of the biggest draws of Sony’s console, so it’s a little surprising to see that it will now shift to PC five years after its initial release.
Sony’s potential launch was revealed in a presentation on Investor Relations Day 2021, the report ARS Technica. The focus of the presentation was the surprising revelation that the PS5 has been selling at a loss so far, though it is expected to turn a profit in June. With this explosion, Sony also noted ‘More PC Release Planned’ on a slide labeled ‘New Growth Vectors: PlayStation Studios’. Unknown 4 Was listed with Days gone, Which has actually already been launched on PC, so we don’t even have to wait so long to see the adventurous adventurers back in action on a new platform.
That is not the last you will hear from the Uncharted franchise. A film starring Tom Holland as Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg as his mentor Sully has already been shot, and will be released in February 2022. Given the video game’s poor track record for film adaptation, many fans are already preparing themselves for the worst – especially when Wahlberg does not boast of Sully’s signature mustache (at least until now) In official images …)