A Video Showcases Uncharted 4 Running At 60 FPS and 8K Resolution Powered by RTX 4090
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted Lost Legacy were released as the Legacy of Thieves Collection on 19th October 2022 for PC. Well, it hasn’t been the most outstanding PC port of a AAA PlayStation exclusive in terms of commercial success as compared to Sony’s other first-party ports like Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered. The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection only managed to gather an all-time peak concurrent players of 10,851 on Steam.
While on the other hand, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is standing at an all-time peak of 66,436 concurrent players on Steam. Still, it has not changed that the story and visuals of Uncharted 4 are beautiful. However, the PC port of the game was still missing ray-tracing support.
And here’s where Digital Dreams comes into play with their exceptional skills. The YouTube channel posted a gameplay video of Uncharted 4 running at 60 FPS and 8K resolution with Otis_Inf’s new camera mod Pascal Glitcher’s RTGI preset, which adds global illumination to the game, and all this was powered by RTX 4090.
This mode adds additional camera options, including higher Level of Detail (LoD) settings and ReShade Ray Tracing support. In addition, digital Dreams posted a similar video showcasing over 100 mods in The Witcher 3 with the help of RTX 4090. These new additions definitely take the visuals of Uncharted 4 to another level, and the insanely detailed graphics offer you a more immersive experience.
About Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End by Naughty Dog was released on 10th May 2016 exclusively for PlayStation 4, and it was well-received by the fans. The game was also acclaimed by critics, praising its gameplay, narrative, emotional depth, visuals, and multiplayer. With various praises and appreciation, Uncharted 4 became the most beloved game of the series, selling over 15 million copies worldwide.
Set several years after the events of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, players control Nathan Drake, a former treasure hunter coaxed out of retirement by his presumed-dead brother Samuel. With Nathan’s longtime partner, Victor Sullivan, they search for clues to the location of Henry Avery’s long-lost treasure.
It is always fun to watch these types of videos featuring our favorite games as this provides another unique perspective to look at our favorite games and fall in love with them more. What are your thoughts about this video by Digital Dreams? Let us know in the comment section below.