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Uncharted PC Collection Revealed: Lara's Adventures - Video Page

By Mazen (Mithrie) Turkmani
Published: September 1, 2021 at 1:23 PM BST

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The Uncharted series is apparently coming to PC, and it has been leaked that the Uncharted Collection will include all five games. If you haven't had a chance to check out the Uncharted series, I would highly recommend them. The way I used to describe them is as Dude Raider. It's basically like Tomb Raider, but with Nathan Drake, and they are a really good series of games and all the games are connected. They have a continuous story. It's worth starting from the very beginning, even if at this point its very much dated. It's better to do it oldest to newest in my opinion, and they get better and better and better with the newer games also, in my opinion. The next bit of news for today is apparently Windows 11 is launching on 05 Oct 2021, so soon we'll be able to get hands on it. It will be a free upgrade for Windows 10 users. It wouldn't be necessarily made available to all Windows 10 users on 05 Oct 2021. There's going to be a staggered roll out over the next few months, but I'm curious about it. And because of Microsoft and Xbox's experience with gaming, they have said that Windows 11 will be the best gaming platform ever when it comes to Windows. We'll see what sort of optimizations they put in and stuff like that. And apparently the style of the operating system makes it look more like Linux than it like Windows. But whatever, I'll try it. And then we'll see. I do like to keep my Operating System up to date. And then the last bit of news for today is today is the day, where a lot of content creators are just not streaming on Twitch in the #ADayOffTwitch strike, and it's in regards to the ongoing hate raids against marginalized streamers. If you don't know, over the last few weeks, people have been botted with hate messages, and the hate messages include racist comments and horrible comments, basically. And it seems to be a site wide problem. And the reason why there's a protest is simply because people feel that Twitch are not taking enough action and they're not doing it quick enough because people have said, for example, that if advertisers threatened to pull out, which that Twitch in a day. Who knows if that's actually true or not and what hurdles they have to do that. But it's a case of like people feel that Twitch could do better than this, and they're holding Twitch accountable. And the strike includes not just not streaming on the platform, but literally not even visiting the platform, not even to view. Now, of course, some people have asked, please do not harass content creators who might have contractual obligations. Maybe they've got an exclusive streaming deal with Twitch. Maybe they've already agreed a promotion with a company on 01 Sep 2021. And so on. But generally I won't know personally, because I just won't be on the platform. I think it's a good idea because simply no one is trying to shut Twitch down. They're just trying to get Twitch's attention. Simple as that.

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