Sony has found some success porting its older exclusives to PC in recent years, but its latest apparently hasn’t sold as well as previous games. According to SteamDB data, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection recorded a peak player count of 10,851, which was not enough to enter Steam’s top 100 games.
As VGC notes, Horizon Zero Dawn attracted 56,000 players at launch, and God of War had an even higher number: 73,000. Even the lowly Days Gone boasted more than double Uncharted’s numbers with 27,000. Given that Days Gone famously didn’t sell enough to justify a sequel, this would seem like a major surprise.
However, there are a number of factors that likely contributed to this low player count. First, this was a very competitive weekend for games, with high-profile releases such as Gotham Knights and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s campaign grabbing a lot of eyeballs. For another, it’s important to remember that Uncharted hasn’t seen a full-fledged entry since 2016’s Uncharted 4, thus making it the oldest game that Sony has yet brought to Steam.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection includes both Uncharted 4 and the excellent spin-off The Lost Legacy. Now if only Sony would bring Bloodborne to PC.
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