Sony’s plans for the PC market are continuing to gather pace, and the company recently took another major step forward on that front with the PC debut of both Naughty Dog and Uncharted with the launch of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on the platform. That said, the new release hasn’t quite seen the same level of success out the gate as previous PC ports of PlayStation first party titles have.
SteamDB shows that Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection hit a peak concurrent user count of 10,851 players at launch, which means it’s the lowest of the bunch out of all Sony PC releases so far. The second-lowest is Days Gone, which has an all-time peak of 27,450 players, followed by Horizon Zero Dawn (56,557), Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (66,436), and God of War (73,529).
Of course, there are several factors at play here. For starters, the two Uncharted games included in the collection are older releases than Sony’s other PC titles, while there’s also the fact that previous Uncharted games are unavailable on the platform, likely making it relatively less accessible to newcomers. The remastered collection has also launched in a very busy period, and finds itself competing with a number of other major PC releases.