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Sackboy: A Big Adventure PC Port Seems to be Confirmed – Effinate Games


The trend of PlayStation gradually porting its IPs to the PC side looks set to continue strong. With Uncharted: Lost Legacy on the way along with the TLOU Remake, it looks like Sony is really investing in PC gaming. Another port that could happen soon is PlayStation’s adorable platformer Sackboy: A Big Adventure.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure for PC

Sumo Digital originally developed the game for the PlayStation 4 and 5 in 2020. Unlike the older Sackboy games, this one takes a different approach, changing the 2.5D to 3D for a more modern experience.

Since last year, there have been rumors of Sackboy getting a PC port. We reported from a SteamDB listing that the game could likely be ported to PC soon. However, there was no announcement from Sumo Digital or PlayStation regarding the rumor.

Now, today only SteamDB page previously only rumored for Sackboy, has been updated. If you hover over the ‘client icon’ under ‘Additional information’ you can see a picture of Sackboy himself.

Sackboy icon on SteamDB

This finally confirms that Sackboy: A Big Adventure is coming to PC. Based on the SteamDB page, all the information is complete regarding the game including supported languages. Adding supported languages ​​is generally the step that happens when development is complete. So if we take an educational guess, the announcement may be close.

More about the game

Sackboy: A big Adventure is a fantastic platform experience that follows the adorable Sackboy. Although the game is not a direct sequel to the older Sackboy: Little Big World games, it has its own spark that makes it really fun to play.

Yes, it’s not like the other PlayStation games, it’s not God of War, Uncharted or Horizon Zero Dawn, but it’s an enjoyable experience in its own right. Sackboy is one of those games where you just casually sit on your console (or PC in the future) and have a great time jumping on platforms and avoiding obstacles.

Sackboy for PlayStation 5 also uses the full burst of Dual Sense features. Although it may not be supported on PC, you are sure to enjoy it when the game gets ported. It’s great, especially for kids, although it has other audiences as well. Currently, we have neither an official announcement nor a solid release framework. But we hope it happens soon, as the SteamDB listing suggests the game is almost finished.

What do you think of this news? Have you played Sackboy? Let us know in the comments below.

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