Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection new feature

UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection gets a new patch that fixes absolutely nothing

Iron Galaxy has released the fourth update for the PC version of UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection that fixes absolutely nothing.

When Sony announced that Iron Galaxy would be handling the PC version of UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection, I was a bit worried. Iron Galaxy was the team behind Batman: Arkham Knight, and we all know how that went. Still, I was willing to give the team the benefit of doubt. However, and after how it treated UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection PC, I can wholeheartedly say that I’m hugely disappointed by it.

As we’ve already reported, the third PC patch for UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection introduced some annoying mouse stuttering issues. And while there is a workaround, the game can still feel a bit stuttery at framerates between 60-75fps.

So, you’d normally think that this issue would be one of the first things to address. After all, we’re talking about a third-person PC game. Mouse control issues should take high priority. But no, apparently it’s more important to link your user Steam account to PSN, than to play the game. Or at least that’s what Iron Galaxy believes.

The game also has other bugs that the team has not resolved yet. Truth be told, these are minor bugs and not game-breaking ones. Still, the fact that after a whole month, Iron Galaxy completely ignored the numerous Steam threads about the game’s mouse issues, and simply added the ability to link your Steam account with PSN is kind of offensive.

Let’s hope that Naughty Dog will not follow Iron Galaxy’s example with TLOU Part I Remake!

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