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Uncharted Streaming: When And Where You’ll Be Able To Watch The Tom Holland Movie

Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg and Uncharted
(Image credit: Sony Pictures)

For the longest time, it seemed like the Uncharted movie was going to be one of those big screen projects that would never come to fruition. The movie based on the popular PlayStation video game franchise sat in development hell for years before it finally landed in theaters with Tom Holland portraying the young explorer and adventurer, Nathan Drake, and Mark Wahlberg as his mentor, Victor Sullivan. 

But even though it took more than a decade for the dream to become a reality, it is only going to take a fraction of that time for fans of the movie (or those who missed it in theaters) to be able to watch Uncharted streaming. In fact, it’s a whole lot sooner than you probably expected. 

Leave your tattered map and broken compass at home, because you only need this handy guide to lead you to your treasure...err, Uncharted streaming.

When And Where Will You Be Able To Watch Uncharted Streaming?

Whenever a movie is getting ready to have its home release, there’s a good chance someone is going to ask, “Hey, is [Insert Movie Title Here] going to be on Netflix?” And a lot of the time, the answer is no, simply because so many theatrical releases wind up on streamers like Peacock, HBO Max, or Hulu before making their debut on the popular platform.

Well, that’s not the case in this particular situation as you will be able to watch Uncharted streaming there on August 5. The movie was originally slated to make its streaming debut on July 15, but Netflix shifted the release, as reported by ComicBook.com. But remember, only those with an active Netflix subscription will be able to watch Tom Holland’s first, and hopefully not last, turn as Nathan Drake. I mean, Sony Pictures has to make a sequel with those box office returns.

Stream Uncharted on Netflix (starting August 5). (opens in new tab)

Are There Other Ways To Watch Uncharted

What about those people out there who don’t have a Netflix subscription for one reason or another or simply prefer to own their movies, either digitally or on physical media? They’re not out of luck, right? Right?

Well, there is some good news, because Uncharted is already available in a number of online movie stores including Amazon Prime. All you have to do is open the Prime Video app (remember to use your Amazon subscription) and search the title. Or, you could take a shortcut and click on the link down below.

You can also purchase Uncharted in a number of different formats, including Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K UHD on Amazon as well. This is perfect for anyone who likes to dive into bonus features to find out how they pulled off the stunt Tom Holland called “the hardest thing” he’s ever done.

Rent/Buy Uncharted on Amazon. (opens in new tab)
Buy Uncharted on Blu-ray on Amazon. (opens in new tab)

If You’ve Already Watched Uncharted….

If you’ve already watched Uncharted, either in theaters or at home, stick around because there are a number of great stories to check out at CinemaBlend.

There is Sean O’Connell’s positive review (he gave 3.5 out 5 stars) of the oft-delayed video game movie, as well as a rundown of other critical responses from several other outlets. You can also check out some in-depth analysis of the Uncharted ending and those world-building end credits sequences that have everyone excited for a second movie. There is also a collection of movies similar to Uncharted that are worth checking out. 

Hopefully, all of this makes it a little easier to watch one of the biggest 2022 movies from the comfort of your own home.

Philip Sledge
Philip Sledge

Philip grew up in Louisiana (not New Orleans) before moving to St. Louis after graduating from Louisiana State University-Shreveport. When he's not writing about movies or television, Philip can be found being chased by his three kids, telling his dogs to stop yelling at the mailman, or yelling about professional wrestling to his wife. If the stars properly align, he will talk about For Love Of The Game being the best baseball movie of all time.