‘Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection’ update: Day One patch is needed to

This year, all three existing numbered Uncharted games are being remastered and brought to the PS4 in one package as Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, in a move that echoes Microsoft’s with Halo last year.


Sony has been promoting the collection with a 1TB bundle of PlayStation 4 as well which shows how interested they are in the fans who want to try out the games. While the demo is now available in limited regions only, Naught Dog has already shed light on its plans to roll it out in other parts of the world as well in the coming weeks. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection demo weighs 7.462GB, and if you are wondering which section of which game makes up the content of the demo, here is the detail, it’s “Uncharted 2: Chapter 5 called Urban Warfare”, where Drake and Chloe fight to retain lost relics and determine the next clue in their perilous quest.

There are definitely more subtle moments in the game but this gives you a great idea of what to expect, from right in the beating heart of inarguably the best in the generally fantastic Uncharted series. It will be in 1080p and 60fps, which means it has been updated for the modern consoles. It was only recently that the company left the gaming community in awe after screenshots of the game were unveiled.

“But when we went back and looked at what we were trying to do with the Nathan Drake Collection, we realised that those three games – the trilogy – actually provided a particular narrative arc that led into Uncharted 4″. The game will officially be released on October 9, 2015 across North American Region.


And don’t forget that snagging Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection also gets you into the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End multiplayer beta, which kicks off in December.

Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection