Naughty Dog’s two PS4 Uncharted titles have made their way to the PS5 in one convenient package, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. Bringing both adventures to the PS5, the games have been given a bunch of new features and improvements that only the power and feature set of Sony’s latest system could deliver. So, without further ado, let’s run you through the 5 improvements you can expect to find in Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection.
DualSense Haptic Support
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Improvements
One of the most impressive improvements the DualSense made over its predecessor was the far more accurate and punchy haptic feedback over the old rumble vibration motors found in the DualShock controllers.
The Legacy of Thieves Collection makes the most of the haptics in the controller, providing stronger feedback to actions that play out on screen. A big wave crashing into your boat? You’ll feel that turbulence in the controller. Slam into a cliff-face when using the grappling hook, you’ll feel it. And there’s even subtle uses of it elsewhere throughout your adventure, even gentle tapping as you scroll through the pause menu options.
The haptics are one of these features that are easy to forget about until they poke and prod the controller to life at the most opportune moments.
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