Although there is no trailer, no screen, and no countdown to stimulate your appetite, it seems that PlayStation’s “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” has been quietly announced on the PC. With the coldness of the Sony investor report staring at it, the favorite treasure hunter of the console will follow Days Gone and Horizon Zero Dawn into the promised PC field.
The PC version of the game is disclosed in slide 26 of the “Game & Network Services” presentation, with all the features that a PDF presentation can provide. There is currently no release date, nor any release date, but it can be clearly seen that it is quietly located under Days Gone in the “More PC releases planned section” section.
Uncharted 4 is an action-adventure game that involves the treasure hunter Nathan Drake and his global pursuit of shiny things. You can see every dollar invested in every pixel in the game. It’s a large seller of fleshy game consoles, so I am glad that this is how they chose to show it to the world. The series has attracted PlayStation users for 15 years.
Since the surprise release of “Death Stranding” in July last year, Sony has clearly fallen in love with the PC. Although “Death Stranding” is not Sony’s own game, it is one of the most compelling game consoles in 2019. A few months later, “Horizon Zero Dawn” came out. And its success prompted them to bring Days Gone to PC only a few weeks ago.
This may mean that developer Naughty Dog’s other series of works “The Last of Us” may become a key participant in the growth carrier other than Sony consoles, and will also enter the PC. I mean, why not? It is definitely one of the PlayStation exclusive products we would like to see on PC, although I prefer Ghost of Tsushima.