The voice performances remain unrivalled and Henry Jackman’s score is utterly superb. Cracking stuff.
Even five/six years on, Uncharted 4 and The Lost Legacy conjure truly jaw-dropping sights. It’s astonishing, really.
Traversal, shootouts, and set pieces combine to form memorably cinematic action that few games can get close to. There’s still very little to fault here - they're still fantastic action games.
Here’s the rub - if you’ve played these before and still own them, the visual uplift might not be enough to coax you back again. But, if you’ve yet to play Uncharted 4 or The Lost Legacy, there’s no reason not to jump in on PS5. The loss of multiplayer is a shame, mind.
If you loved the trophy list last time, then you’ll love it again now. Still all (well, most) of the same trophies to unlock (and you can port over your PS4 save data to ping them again, if you like), albeit without the multiplayer bit.