Based on the critically acclaimed game series of the same name, Uncharted (the movie) was released earlier this year and is now set to be released on streaming platforms. Here’s everything you need to know.
Starring Spider-Man himself Tom Holland alongside Mark “Marky Mark” Wahlberg and Sophia Ali, Uncharted tells the story of treasure hunter Nathan Drake and is based on the critically acclaimed PlayStation game series of the same name.
How to stream Uncharted in the UK
The Uncharted film is available to stream and purchase in the UK from April 26, 2022 through digital film retailers including Prime Video, Play Movies and iTunes. It can be rented at a later date.
You can pre-order the title now on iTunes for £13.99, the typical price of a downloadable digital film.
Is Uncharted available in 4K HDR?
If you buy the film through a service that supports it, you can get Uncharted in 4K. For example, the version available on iTunes supports 4K resolution and Dolby Vision HDR. You’ll obviously need a capable device to watch the high-definition content again – like one of the best TVs out there.
Can you stream Uncharted on Netflix?
Currently, the only way to stream the Uncharted film in the UK is to buy it digitally, as it’s not yet available to stream on services like Netflix.
Whether it’s going to be about the streaming service in the future remains unclear, but Sony Pictures titles have landed on Netflix in the UK, so there’s every chance we’ll see them there at some point.
If you’re not sure if the Uncharted movie is for you, then check out the trailer embedded below.
Sony Pictures also released the first 10 minutes of the film on its YouTube channel so you can get an extra feel for the film.
Critical reception of the film was mixed upon release, earning a score of 40% on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 45/100 on Metacritic.
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