Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection has been rated by the ESRB ratings authority ahead of its release this October.
Usually with re-releases and re-masters we get some indication that there are some new features included, or things have been added that weren’t there in the original, as we saw previously with God of War III on PS4.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like much will change in terms of raw content with the Uncharted trilogy’s debut on PS4. The ESRB details some familiar content from the three games, though there’s nothing that really shouts out to us.
The Nathan Drake Collection is being developed by port specialists Blue Point games who are working on getting the games running at 60fps while giving the graphics a fresh lick of paint.
“This is a compilation of three action-adventure games in which players assume the role of Nathan Drake on various adventures to find lost treasure. As players explore international locations and ancient ruins, they use pistols, machine guns, rocket launchers, and grenades to kill various enemies (e.g., mercenaries, soldiers, pirates). Players can also employ melee attacks and stealth takedowns (e.g., choking and neck snapping) to incapacitate enemies. Firefights are highlighted by realistic gunfire, large explosions, and blood-splatter effects. During the course of the game, characters engage in suggestive innuendo (e.g., “So much for foreplay,” “Man interests in climax must be a real hit with the ladies,” and “Oh, is that an ancient Tibetan ritual dagger in your pocket?”). In one scene, a female character straddles Drake on his bed (both fully clothed) then kisses him before the camera pans away. A handful of sequences also depict characters smoking cigars and/or cigarettes. The word “sht” and “dck” are heard in the dialogue.”