PlayStation Plus members are amazed by the graphics of the new PS5 game

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  • “PS5 Uncharted Legacy of Thieves graphics are amazing,” the post reads. “Has anyone else tried this game since it came out on PS Plus Extra? I played Uncharted 4 before so mainly bought it for Lost Legacy which I never played. Graphics are good with upgrades the level of the PS5 and the game itself is great. Highly recommend I want to play Uncharted 4 again just to watch and experience the chapters at 60fps and higher resolution.

  • PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers are mesmerized by the graphics of the newly added PS5 game. If you’re a mid-range or most expensive PS Plus subscriber, you’ll have access to a vast, growing library of PS4 and PS5 games, filled with exclusive games from PlayStation itself. Recently, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection – a collection of PS5 versions of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – was added to the PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium libraries. Like all Naughty Dog games, this pair of titles has some impressive visuals and special, graphics of The Lost Legacy are blowing fans on the PlayStation Plus Reddit page.

If you’ve played either game on PS4, you’ll know that they’re some of the best looking games on the console, despite being older than many others. So it’s no surprise that both games are among the best-looking games on PS5.

“Award-winning developer Naughty Dog comes with a brand new Uncharted game, starring Chloe Frazer,” reads an official text for the game. “To retrieve an artifact and keep it out of the hands of a ruthless belligerent, Chloe must recruit the notorious mercenary Nadine Ross and venture to the Western Ghats of India to find Ganesh’s Golden Tusk. Chloe’s biggest project to date, she must confront her past and decide what she’s willing to sacrifice to create her own legacy.”

For those who don’t know: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is an action-adventure game and a standalone expansion to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The first was released in 2017, a year after the second. That’s a big selling point, which is also why many people overlook it, which is that it doesn’t star Nathan Drake, but the supporting character Chloe Frazer.