One thing to look ahead to: If it hadn’t been for prior leaks, Sackboy: Large Journey would have been a shock addition to the a number of PC ports Sony has introduced and launched this 12 months. The title comes with PC enhancements and specs that customers have come to anticipate after Sony’s different video games.
On Thursday, Sony introduced that Sackboy: A Large Journey is the subsequent PlayStation unique coming to PC. The sport lands on Steam and the Epic Recreation Retailer on October 27 for $59.99, only a week after one other large Sony title — Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Assortment.
Sackboy: A Large Journey is a family-friendly single-player and co-op platformer starring the mascot of Sony’s level-building recreation franchise, LittleBigPlanet. Sony featured it within the PlayStation 5’s day-one launch lineup.
Like Sony’s different PC ports, Sackboy helps 21:9 widescreen, VRR, 4K 120Hz gameplay (for PCs that may deal with it), DualSense controller options, and Nvidia DLSS 2.0. Although the title launches quickly after Nvidia’s RTX 4090, Sony is not fairly prepared to start out supporting the GPU vendor’s newly-announced DLSS 3 frame-generation expertise, unique to the RTX 4000 sequence. Developer Sumo Digital did not point out whether or not Sackboy consists of AMD’s FidelityFX Tremendous Decision.