Sackboy Review

PlayStation Has Officially Announced Sackboy: A Big Adventure’s PC Release After An Accidental Early Reveal

Spilling the sack

Update: This is now official, with PlayStation dropping the official trailer and accompanying PlayStation Blog post overnight. Sackboy: A Big Adventure will launch on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on October 28 for $94.95.

We also now have a clearer look at the PC features and hardware requirements for the game, which we’ve copied across here.

  • 4K with target @ 120FPS. The stunning patchwork of Craftworld is rendered in beautiful 4K detail
  • Deep Learning Super Sampling. NVIDIA DLSS2 increases graphics performance using dedicated processors found only on GeForce RTX GPUs, boosting frame rates with uncompromised image quality
  • VRR. Variable refresh rate support makes Sackboy more responsive than ever
  • Widescreen. The game supports a wide range of display ratios, including ultrawide 21:9

The minimum and recommended hardware specs for the game are as follows:

sackboy pc requirements

PlayStation also announced that anyone who pre-purchases the game will receive four bonus in-game costumes featuring designs based on Ghost of Tsushima’s Jin, Death Stranding’s Sam Porter Bridges, Detroit Become Human’s Connor and Days Gone’s Deacon St. John.

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You can pre-purchase the game now either on Steam or the Epic Games Store.

Check out the announcement trailer below:


Original story: It’s been a very poorly kept secret in recent times that both Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Returnal are next in line to be added to PlayStation’s stable of first-party games on PC.

Now, in another of the publishing giant’s history of self-leaks, the announcement trailer for the PC release of Sackboy has shown up on the official PlayStation Latin America YouTube channel.

According to the trailer, the game will feature 4K 120FPS, Ultrawide 21:9, Nvidia DLSS and VRR support, and it’s coming both to Steam and the Epic Games Store on October 27th.

PlayStation definitely seems to be gearing up towards official announcements of its next lot of PC ports so we’ll definitely bring you the latest as it comes.