Sackboy: A Big Adventure Coming to PC Next Month

By | September 29, 2022

A leak has confirmed PlayStation exclusive Sackboy: A Big Adventure is coming to PC on October 27, 2023.

According to an official trailer (which seems to have been published early by Sony’s Latin America YouTube account), the recent Sackboy game will be heading to PC next month after previously only being available on PS4 and PS5.

The trailer also confirms that the PC version of Sackboy: A Big Adventure will support 4K, 120FPS, 21:9 ultrawide monitors, Nvidia DLSS, and VRR. An official announcement is likely to be on its way soon.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure, coming to PC October 27. Credit: Sony.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure, coming to PC October 27. Credit: Sony.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure was originally released in 2020. Starring Sackboy from the LittleBigPlanet franchise, the game follows in its footsteps, instead offering 3D platforming which differs from the side-scrolling action of the main series.

IGN’s Sackboy: A Big Adventure review gave it 8/10 and said: “A Big Adventure is a lovely spin-off of LittleBigPlanet that’s filled with charming sights and sounds alike. Its level designs are adorable and creative, really shining in co-op but still entertaining when played alone. Its platforming can occasionally frustrate, falling short of the precision and nuance needed to really make it stand out from other games like it, but the feel-good vibe that permeates every corner of its crafted world still makes it a joy to play.”

Sackboy: A Big Adventure PS5 Screenshots

This isn’t the only PlayStation exclusive to make its way to PCs this year. A PC version of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is heading to PC on October 19, with a PC version of Spider-Man: Miles Morales on its way, too.

A recent leak also suggests that Returnal is heading to PC, too, with several improvements over the original PS5 version.

Want to read more about Sackboy: A Big Adventure? Check out our Sackboy: A Big Adventure walkthrough for a full guide or get some hints and tips if you just need a helping hand.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.