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A Big Adventure PC Port Looks Likely After Steam Leak


Adventure comes to PC.


It seems that yet another Sony exclusive is coming to PC. The next potential in a growing series of games is none other than Sackboy: A Big Adventure, found in the Steam database.


According to reports VGC, this PC port was suspected back in October of last year because the listing mentioned Marmalade, which is the game’s codename. Now that an icon of Sackboy himself has been added to the list, it’s all but confirmation that the port is coming.

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VGC also reports that language support was added to the list today, often one of the finishing touches before a game goes live, meaning a proper announcement will follow soon.

The listing appears to be part of Sony’s plans to enter the PC market. Earlier this year, the company announced that it hopes to have half of its library on mobile devices and PCs by 2025. Many of Sony’s first-party AAA releases have recently been ported to PC, such as Spider-Man, God of War, and soon, The Last of Us Part 1.

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In the files for the PC version of Spider-Man, we found the PlayStation launcher. We have more than enough launchers, but it shows that Sony is serious about making its library available to as many people as possible. It even now has a PlayStation game site for PC.

Sony isn’t just bringing its games to PC, it’s also making sure PC gamers are equipped with new gear. It created a new line of gaming hardware called Inzone specifically for PC gamers.

Also from PlayStation to PC is Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, which launches October 19 with support for ultrawide monitors.

In other news, Rockstar confirmed that the recent GTA 6 leak was indeed the result of an illegal hack. The company released a statement confirming the validity of the unprecedented leak, but assuring fans that it won’t have an impact on the development of the upcoming GTA 6. It is rumored to be the work of a 16-year-old hacker.

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