Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection has been assessed by the Australian Classification Council, suggesting a release date is not far away.
The PC and PS5 collection, which will feature Uncharted 4 and The Lost Legacy expansion, was announced in September and carries an official “early 2022” release window, with the PC version arriving “shortly after” the PS5, according to Sony.
However, analysis of previous Australian game ratings suggests the collection could arrive as early as February 2022.
Previously, Microsoft’s Forza Horizon 5 was given an Australian classification on August 3 and released today, November 9.
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Halo Infinite was also rated in August and ultimately released a December 8 release date. Microsoft previously suggested that the Halo date was chosen to prevent more shooters from coming out in November.
While no details have been revealed for the PC port of Uncharted 4, the PC version of Days Gone contains a number of new features, including support for ultra-wide monitors, an unlocked frame rate. and improved graphic details.
PlayStation recently declared its commitment to ramping up production on PC. In a company report released last summer, Sony first said it would consider bringing more PlayStation exclusives to PC, following the release of Horizon Zero Dawn on the platform.
Speaking on an investor call in May, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan said other PC releases would come this year “and beyond.”
Last month, it emerged that PlayStation had created a new “PlayStation PC” label specifically for its PC gaming operations. Although the name seems like a formality, it represents another strong signal that Sony intends to increase its gaming release on the PC platform.