The upcoming Uncharted remaster collection, The Nathan Drake Collection, will release this fall. Along with remastered visuals, the collection will add a new difficulty, as well as remove the first game’s motion controls.
In the first Uncharted title, Drake’s Fortune, players had to use the PlayStation 3 controller’s motion controls to cross logs and throw grenades. According to Kotaku, you no longer have to use this setup. You can switch the controls for grenades on and off, while motion controls for moving across logs has been removed from the game completely.
The developer for the Uncharted Collection, Bluepoint, is also adding a new difficulty mode to all three games. The developer has not given many details yet, but the difficulty is supposed to challenge even the collection’s QA testers.
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection releases on October 7th in the US, and on the 9th in Europe. There will be a playable demo in the summer. The collection includes Drake’s Fortune, Among Thieves, and Drake’s Deception. The games will run at 1080p and 60fps, and will feature lighting, texture, and character model improvements. There will be no multiplayer in the remasters of the games, but the collection will include access to the Uncharted 4 beta.