Collection Uncharted: The legacy of the thieves, which is the next PlayStation 5 package that remaster both chart 4: The outcome of the thief and chart: the lost legacy, has confirmed that it will allow saving transfers from PlayStation 4. This is a feature that is It has become prominent in many PS5 ports over the course of last year. As such, its incorporation here in the new Remaster of Uncharted is not so shocking, but it is very welcome, especially for those who seek to quickly win some trophies.
PlayStation turned to social networks this week to inform fans that in explain 4 and The lost legacy, both can be transferred without problems to PlayStation 5 with the legacy of thieves. «Yes, your saved data and trophies can be transferred from uncharted 4: the outcome of the thief and chart: the legacy lost to Charted: the legacy of the thieves, said PlayStation. This means that if you have an ongoing save in the PS4 version of incomplete 4 or The lost legacy, you can resume your progress naturally in PS5.
As mentioned, perhaps the best part of being able to transfer your saved to PS5 is that you can unlock immediately the same trophies that you won in PS4 in the new version of incomplete 4 and The lost legacy. Then, if you already won the platinum trophy at any of the titles, you can transfer your saving and start playing to immediately win another platinum. It can be an economical way to improve the general level of Trophies of PlayStation, but personally I do not complain in the least.
In case you did not know, Charted: The legacy of the thieves is scheduled to launch at the end of this week and will arrive at PlayStation 5 on January 28. A pc port of the collection is also scheduled to launch at some time later by 2022. And if you are interested in listening to what we think about the legacy of thieves, be sure to be attentive to comicbook.com in the future, since Soon we will have a review to share with you.
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