UNCHARTED: The Nathan Drake Collection (PS4)
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From the groundbreaking storytellers at Naughty Dog, comes the genre-defining epic that revolutionized adventure storytelling, rebuilt by Bluepoint Games with the power of the PS4 system. Experience one of the most revered game series of all time as you follow the perilous journey of Nathan Drake across the globe, from humble beginnings to extraordinary discoveries. Meet an unforgettable cast of characters as Drake puts life and friendship on the line in a race against ruthless enemies to uncover unimaginable treasure. UNCHARTED: The Nathan Drake Collection includes the singleplayer campaigns for UNCHARTED: Drake's Fortune, UNCHARTED 2: Among Thieves, and UNCHARTED 3: Drake's Deception.
- Unparalleled Story - Play as Nathan Drake across a trilogy of thrilling, white-knuckle adventures. Experience Drake's relationships with those closest to him, as he struggles to balance adventure and family.
- New Trophies - Brand-new trophies created exclusively for UNCHARTED's debut on the PS4 system.
- Photo Mode - Freeze gameplay at any time and take control of the camera to capture your most memorable moments from the trilogy to share with friends directly from your PS4 system. Utilize graphical filters, camera controls, and other options to customize your shot.
- UNCHARTED 4: A Thief's End Multiplayer Beta - purchasers of UNCHARTED: The Nathan Drake Collection will receive exclusive access to UNCHARTED 4: A Thief's End multiplayer Beta while the Beta is available.
Remastered to perfection!
Hayley M onReviewed by
The Ideal Remaster
Tody onReviewed by
Amazing on PS4, first game is completely transformed
Cobus P onReviewed by
Amazing remastered collection, a must have to fully appreciate the greatness of Uncharted 4
Revisiting the famous series from PS3 for better or worse
StarBound onReviewed by
I had a hard time to get through the collection and while the combat is average I grew tired of it by the first quarter of the 2nd game. I highly recommend finishing a game then letting it rest for a week before starting the next one as the game had warn out its welcome shortly into Uncharted 2.