Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection and Diablo Immortal are comming to PC
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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection has an arrival date on PC Uncharted 4 and its standalone expansion Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, combined into the next-gen remastered package called Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on the Playstation 5 console, arrived in January this year, and now we "accidentally" find out when they come to PC.
Although neither Sony nor the Naughty Dog development studio has yet officially announced the date, and to this day it is only known that the package will arrive on PC sometime in 2022, the date has now leaked through Epic Games Store, its newly released list of biggest upcoming PCs.
games in 2022. So according to Epic Games Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on PC arrives on June 20th. By the way, the Iron Galaxy outdoor studio primarily worked on the Uncharted PC port with Naughty Dog, and the game should be available for Steam and Epic Games Store on the same date.
Judging by the remastered next-gen enhancements on the January PlayStation 5 console, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on PC comes with 4K resolution, significantly improved advanced visuals and textures, and framerate support up to 120FPS (if you have a monitor for that) ).
Diablo Immortal is also coming to PC, release date announced
It has been known since 2018 that Blizzard is working on a free MMO action RPG and mobile game Diablo Immortal - a separate game in the Diablo series, which finally got its release date today and arrives on the market on June 2.
But in addition to the launch date for Android and iPhone, Blizzard has announced that the game is coming to PC on the same date. News of this arrived today via a special Diablo Immortal Livestream in which several new pieces of information were revealed.
For starters, the unexpected PC version will be able to play the classic mouse with the issuance of commands with the keyboard but will be implemented and the system of movement and control of the character using the WASD keys, as well as playing the controller.
Right at the start, there will be cross-play and cross-save between PC and mobile, which means that Diablo Immortal will be able to play on PC, save the position from the same place and continue to play on the mobile with the same account and vice versa.
As for the action itself, it is already known that Diablo Immortal will have a main campaign that will take us through eight different regions, and the story itself takes place between the actions of Diablo 2 and Diablo 3.
As for the PC version of the game, Blizzard also noted that after its release on June 2, it will function as an open beta test but will have all the content and features, and all the progress will be transferred to the final version.
Diablo Immortal will be completely free and will be released on June 2 for PC via Blizzard's Battle.net platform, while the mobile version for Android and iPhone will be available through Google Play and Apple's AppStore.