"Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection" test: always as wonderful

"Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection" test: always as wonderful

In four episodes, the Uncharted saga has carved a strongest reputation.And for good reason, the series created by Naughty Dog has made many gamers travel through its grandiose adventure which immerses us alongside Nathan Drake, a treasure hunter.If you have never had the opportunity to put your hands on these grandiose games, initially released on PS3 and PS4, this is a great opportunity to catch up if you are the happy holder of a PS5.

In this new generation version, you will be able to take advantage of the latest episode featuring Nathan Drake, Uncharted 4: A Thief End, as well as Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, annex episode, in which you play Chloé Frazer - Familiar characterThe series - in an improved version exploiting the technical capacities of the latest Sony console (graphic developments, levied loading time, more convincing audio 3 and many other things).

If the know -how of the American development studio is no longer to be proven since the publication of these out of peer productions, The Last of Us, Uncharted, Crash Bandicoot, Jack and Dexter, it is always a pleasure to be able to enjoy these titles inreworked versions.This was notably the case with the trilogy published on PS3 which experienced a refreshment on PS4.We explain why it is imperative to play this collection of games on PS5.

A technical power always at the rendezvous

Let's be frank, the added value of these two new versions obviously lies in its graphic aspect.And as much to tell you that you are not going to be disappointed.Oh that no.This PlayStation 5 version surprises.Visually, the two titles, released a few years ago, do not have to be ashamed of current productions.The light effects are obviously more worked, the explosions more credible, the features on the faces of the characters are finer and of better quality.Thanks to its three new graphic modes, you can choose the one that suits you best.A loyalty mode (a native 4K resolution in 30 FPS), a performance mode (a 4K resolution in quality in 1440p in 60 FPS) and a performance + mode (a 1080p resolution in 120 FPS).Another point and not least, the sound aspect.Thanks to a 3D audio system, the dialogues, music and other sounds of nature perfectly marry your hearing.With a helmet, the sensations felt are simply incredible.The music of the game, of abyssal beauty, are savoring otherwise.The dualsense for its part also brings a new way of feeling the impact of the blows.Adaptive triggers manage to surprise.

A story always so exciting

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If the Uncharted saga shines with its sumptuous graphics, it also shines thanks to its script worthy of the greatest adventure films in Hollywood (it is not for nothing that an adaptation arrives very soon in theatersobscure with Tom Holland, seen in the new Spider-Man saga).Interesting dialogues, an exciting intrigue, and very endearing characters, Naughty Dog undoubtedly knows how to do it.In this final episode, you play Nathan Drake, a treasures hunter who is reminiscent of Indiana Jones.In this new journey, our adventurer goes in search of the treasure of Henri Avery, famous pirate of the end of the 17th century.

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Nathan is always accompanied by his usual teammates, Elena and Sully, but above all a new...Samuel Drake, who is none other than his brother.Several twists and turns will obviously come to shake our journey in the different countries visited.It is well written and terribly immersive.Certain moments of emotions will also surprise you.It's very simple, Uncharted 4 masterfully concludes the saga of Naughty Dog.

As for the Lost Legacy episode, Sony has grossly picked up the same formula by sprinkling it with new main characters.Exit Nathan, place in Chloé (seen in episode 2 of the Uncharted saga).On Indian lands, our adventurer, accompanied by Nadine, antagonist seen in episode 4, is looking for the Corn de Ganesh, an invaluable treasure.Many events will punctuate your journey.

A playability always as enjoyable

How not to mention the gameplay so specific to this saga?Uncharted is played in the 3rd person.You can climb houses, climb mountains, and use your famous graphic, novelty of this episode which brings a touch of fluidity in your air trips.Nathan's movements benefit from particularly neat animation work.The decomposition of jumps, punches, and other manipulations of weapons by our adventurer are perfectly transcribed.It's fluid and very dynamic.In short, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is a very convincing version of the last canonical episode of the saga, probably the most touching, filled with emotions.The one with Chloé will also be able to entertain you for ten hours of play.If you have a PlayStation 5, it is impossible for you to miss these two naughty naughty dogs.A wonderful saga, no doubt.

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