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Sackboy makes his way to PC with Sackboy: A Big Adventure on Oct. 27

It’s official – the latest in the PlayStation Studios PC ports is set to be Sackboy: A Big Adventure!

Sackboy’s official crossover onto PC is coming this October, and Sackboy is ready for more adventures than ever.

The PC port for Sackboy: A Big Adventure isn’t just a straightforward port though. This version comes with some upgrades:

  • 4K support up to 120fps – letting you enjoy your Craftworld romp in high-quality 4K graphics.
  • Deep Learning Super Sampling (aka DLSS). With NVIDIA DLSS players will see increased graphics performance on GeForce RTX GPU – giving a boost to frame rate while keeping the graphics nice and crisp.
  • Variable refresh rate support to keep Sackboy’s movements snappy and responsive.
  • Wide screen support – meaning better support for a range of display ratios – and support for ultrawide monitors!

Like other PlayStation Studios games, Sackboy: A Big Adventure will support Dualsense controllers – adding an extra layer of immersion to your experience.

While exploring Craftworld, remember that adventures are always better with friends! Bring along a friend (or two… or three) for the best experience on PC! For those eager to return to Craftworld – if you pre-purchase on either Steam or the Epic Games Store you’ll get access to four costumes and emotes based on various PlayStation icons:

  • Jin Sakai from Ghost of Tsushima
  • Sam Porter Bridges from Death Stranding
  • Connor from Detroit: Become Human
  • Deacon St. John from Days Gone

Sackboy: A Big Adventure comes to PC, new and improved on Oct. 27, and is now available for pre-purchase on both Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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Carl-Edwin Michel

Carl-Edwin is a tech and video game enthusiast. He is the founder and CEO of Northern Arena - one of Canada's biggest esports tournament organizers - and TV and interactive production company Northern Arena Productions. He is also the owner of Mirage Esports, and the creator and executive producer of the Canadian Game Awards.

Carl-Edwin Michel has been reporting on the technology and gaming industry since 2009 as a freelance journalist, lecturer, and radio and TV personality.
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