Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection PC update 1.1 has been deployed, improving overall stability and performance, and more.
The first ever PC patch is available for download now (and should download automatically if this option has been enabled in your client, and we’ve got you covered in the release notes. In addition to the general performance and stability improvements mentioned above, this first update also improves the visibility of motion blur and updates the HDR option. In addition, it updates mouse control and removes the frame rate dependency for mouse camera sensitivity. You’ll find the official release notes for this first PC patch below, as shared by a developer Iron Galaxy.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection PC Update 1.1 Release Notes
- General stability and performance improvements
- Updated mouse control to use raw input data
- Removed frame rate dependency for mouse camera sensitivity
- Updated HDR option to be grayed out instead of hidden when HDR support is not detected or enabled by Windows
- Improvements to motion blur visibility
NOTE: The effectiveness of Motion Blur decreases at higher frame rates.
NOTE: We are investigating a solution for users with older CPUs that do not meet the required levels of AVX support Stay tuned for more information.
NOTE: To confirm that the patch has been successfully installed, check that your game version number is v1.1.20381.
Earlier this week, we already covered some unofficial fixes for the PC port to disable Temporal Antialiasing, Depth of Field, and Chromatic Aberration. These fixes require editing HEX values within the playable executable as these visual settings cannot be turned off manually via the visual settings.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is available worldwide now for PC and PlayStation 5. It should be noted that this update is only for PC. Here’s what we had to say about the PC port of the game in our hands-on article:
No need to worry though, as Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is a solid, if not exceptional, port. Let’s start with the scope of settings. We’ve seen much worse but also better – for example, there’s no full-screen option, only borderless windowing, which is a worrying trend with recent PC games. The game does support Ultrawide screens though.
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