Though Sony often reserves its studios' titles for PlayStation consoles, the games company has slowly been releasing these exclusives to PC. Last year we saw Horizon Zero Dawn make its way onto PC, and just weeks ago zombie thriller Days Gone joined Steam, too. And now, though still officially unannounced, it seems that the next game coming to PC from the recent PlayStation archives is Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
The last of the Nathan Drake games is still a phenomenal experience five years on from its 2016 launch. The story of the Drake brothers, Sully, and Elena Fisher (and all the other fun characters you meet along the way) has stuck with many PlayStation fans and it'll be a delight for PC gamers to finally get stuck into the adventure.
Here is the trailer for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End to remind you just how beautiful the game is...
The reveal of this PC port came from the May 26 Sony IR Day 2021, an investors presentation that shows Sony's plans for not only games but music and film, too. During the Game and Network Services segment of the presentation, a slide shows that Sony is looking at growing its brand further. One such avenue is releasing PlayStation content to PC, and two logos show up - Days Gone and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
Of course, Day Gone is already out, and you can go get it on Steam right now. Uncharted 4, however, is new information. Sony will likely talk more about Nathan Drake's arrival on PC sometime soon - E3 is only round the corner after all. Maybe it means we'll also see Uncharted: The Lost Legacy on PC sometime soon as well.
The next time we'll be seeing Nathan Drake in a new adventure is on the silver screen. Tom Holland stars as the explorer with Mark Wahlberg as right-hand-man Sully. We've seen the first official footage from the film recently, and you can check it out here.
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