Sony has made a concerted effort to expand the console manufacturer’s gaming business beyond the constraints of their own hardware. One method of this has been through releasing some of their biggest games onto PC. Thanks to SteamDB we now know what the next Sony title coming to PC will be – and it’s a PS5 game.
As reported by Reddit user AnotherGibaway, SteamDB recently updated the long-discovered but dormant page for Sumo Digital's Sackboy: A Big Adventure. A spin-off of Media Molecule’s Little Big Planet, Sackboy: A Big Adventure is a Super Mario 3D World-styled multiplayer platformer.
Released in November 2020, Sackboy: A Big Adventure – when it inevitably comes to Steam – will be the first PS5 game to do so. Of course, the game did come to PS4 also, but it indicates that Sony is willing to bring more modern releases to PC sooner.
It is worth noting that this is all conjecture, but the evidence does point towards Sackboy’s upcoming arrival being legit, especially as the SteamDB page has added a depot in the Steamworks Common Redistributables database alongside updating many of the entry’s technical details.
Sackboy: A Big Advneture was one of the many games listed in the now infamous Nvidia leak, and so if the game does in fact come to Steam, it’ll become even harder to doubt the leak’s validity. We will have to wait and see.
KitGuru says: What did you think of Little Big Planet? Are you interested in Sackboy: A big Adventure? Do you think all listings on the Nvidida leak will come true? Let us know down below