everywhere.Plus, Windows 10 has allegedly been constructed with virtual reality in mind, as it should support the HoloLens, Microsoft's answer to the Oculus Rift. While the HoloLens will be to RS Gold working in tandem with Windows 10 primarily as a gaming unit, myriad other uses are planned as well.Windows 10 will be available on July 29th, and Phil Spencer will be expounding on all of the operating system's video game-geared features at E3's initial PC Gaming show on June 16. PC Gamer (via IGN) 'Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection' Accidentally Leaks On PlayStation Mobile Store.


Since the launch of the PlayStation 4 in 2013, Sony has enjoyed a massive to rsgole amount of success, as the console vaulted into the highest selling current generation console slot and has outpaced both the Xbox One and Wii U so far. While the console has been powered by great first-party titles since launch, talk recently has started to focus on Sony's lighter than normal first party lineup of games later this year.After a number of delays, including one to the


highly anticipated Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which now pushes the title well into 2016, Sony may have a few tricks up its sleeve to help fill the gaps in its schedule. One of these could be the recently rumored Uncharted Collection, and it may have just been accidentally confirmed – encouraging fans to get ready and strap into the weathered boots of Nathan Drake once more on PS4.The reports surfaced after a leak appeared online which may confirm the long rumored Uncharted Collection. In an ironic twist, former IGN staff member and previous host of the PlayStation Podcast Beyond, Greg Miller, discovered the leak after visiting the Sony PlayStation Mobile store.After the page finished loading,


the game was visible on the main store front banner and looks to be Buy RuneScape Gold officially called Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection. No other details could be captured from the screenshot and the listing has since been pulled down by Sony, though it's safe to assume that this collection will contain at least three remastered versions of the core franchise titles which appeared previously on the PlayStation 3 platform. After seeing the news spread like wildfire over the internet, Naughty Dog's own Neil Druckmann took to Twitter and essentially confirmed what had been seen on the