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Are you ready for another Sony game on Steam? The UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection arrives on October 19th, and it's been Steam Deck Verified already.

This is similar to what happened with Spider-Man Remastered, as clearly Valve and Sony are talking behind the scenes to get testing done and ensure the Windows ports are in good shape with the Proton compatibility layer. What a time to be alive, games from Sony releasing on Steam and being verified on a Linux gaming device. Still quite hard to believe but amazing to see.

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I do find it thoroughly odd that they're putting the newer games up before the originals, which is likely down to easier porting on these more modern games.

Will you be picking them up to play on Linux / Steam Deck? Let us know in the comments. I'll be taking a look with a video hopefully up soon after the release to see how it runs.

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I wish Sony would release their more interesting games already. Uncharted can be fun but I’ve already played all four and have no reason I would want to return. Even if they bundled in a secret Uncharted 5. Truthfully the games are all too mechanically similar to warrant any replay.
Quoting: itscalledrealityI wish Sony would release their more interesting games already. Uncharted can be fun but I’ve already played all four and have no reason I would want to return. Even if they bundled in a secret Uncharted 5. Truthfully the games are all too mechanically similar to warrant any replay.

I'd get it because I prefer the PC experience, didn't finish any of them and don't have a PS5. I played God of War on PS4 but it's a much better experience on my Linux desktop—and they did a great job with the keyboard and mouse controls.


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Mohandevir 14 Oct
Quoting: StalePopcorn
Quoting: itscalledrealityI wish Sony would release their more interesting games already. Uncharted can be fun but I’ve already played all four and have no reason I would want to return. Even if they bundled in a secret Uncharted 5. Truthfully the games are all too mechanically similar to warrant any replay.

I'd get it because I prefer the PC experience, didn't finish any of them and don't have a PS5. I played God of War on PS4 but it's a much better experience on my Linux desktop—and they did a great job with the keyboard and mouse controls.

I'm currently playing God of War on my Steam Deck with Vibrant deck plugin (boosted the saturation to 160)... Awesome experience!

Originally, I didnt know what to think of Sony's games on Steam, but I'm gradually buying them, one by one. I'll probably get this one too, eventually, when there will be a good sale. Same goes for Spider Man (Miles Morales too). Quite my kind of games.


Last edited by Mohandevir on 14 October 2022 at 2:22 pm UTC
Highball 14 Oct
QuoteWhat a time to be alive, games from Sony releasing on Steam and being verified on a Linux gaming device. Still quite hard to believe but amazing to see.

Agreed, blows me away every time. I don't follow the release of games. But I think it would be interesting to see a graph of games released, steam deck verified, over time or something like that. Maybe one of you SteamDB wizards can already do something like this.

Crazy awesome though.
Zer0Cool 14 Oct
steamdeck doing well hurts their main competition(microsoft). makes sense theyd want their stuff working on the deck
Mrowl 14 Oct
Quoting: itscalledrealityI wish Sony would release their more interesting games already. Uncharted can be fun but I’ve already played all four and have no reason I would want to return. Even if they bundled in a secret Uncharted 5. Truthfully the games are all too mechanically similar to warrant any replay.

And there it is. Instead of celebrating the fact this franchise is even coming to PC, and is playable day one on Linux, no less, we now have people in the Linux gaming community making entitled and selfish comments, like this.
jens 14 Oct
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This is one of the very few titles where I looked a bit jealous to PS owners. In fact I’ve played the first three on a PS3 (when Linux was still an advertised feature on the PS3). Really cool that I can continue soon on Linux!
Quoting: Mrowl
Quoting: itscalledrealityI wish Sony would release their more interesting games already. Uncharted can be fun but I’ve already played all four and have no reason I would want to return. Even if they bundled in a secret Uncharted 5. Truthfully the games are all too mechanically similar to warrant any replay.

And there it is. Instead of celebrating the fact this franchise is even coming to PC, and is playable day one on Linux, no less, we now have people in the Linux gaming community making entitled and selfish comments, like this.

Sure am!

Here’s a golf clap for Sony porting a game from Unix to Linux.

*patters hands*

Wooo hoo!
adolson 14 Oct
I will get it at some point, but I've already played the first 3 ages ago, so I'm not chomping at the bit for this one. But I am really, really glad they're doing it, and definitely will get it sooner or later.

I did buy God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn, since I stopped buying consoles after the PS3, due to Valve's support of Linux. But I loved a lot of Sony's games. I wish they'd bring out all of the Resistance games on PC (and make a new one). Ratchet and Clank games were good, too. Looking forward to that SackBoy game, mostly for my son.
Thad 14 Oct
The one I'm really looking forward to is Ghost of Tsushima.

No announcement yet but I think it's inevitable. I don't see us getting it this year, but maybe in 2023?
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