Sackboy: A Big Adventure may be coming to Steam
Sumo Digital’s platformer could be the next PlayStation exclusive headed for PC
A new listing on Steam‘s database appears to suggest that Sackboy: A Big Adventure is coming to PC.
SteamDB logged the presence of a new product in the database which goes by the codename Steel PC.
However, the product’s current information reference to something called Marmalade Content, which it’s believed is a reference to Sumo Digital‘s platformer.
It was pointed out on Reddit that September’s huge ‘leak’ of unannounced games on Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service included a reference to Project Marmalade, which the list also confirmed was Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
The game, which was critically well-received, has been a PlayStation exclusive to this point, releasing as both a PS5 launch title and a PS4 game.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure - story trailer
Nvidia has played down September’s datamine, which appeared to reveal a number of unannounced games. In a blog post and accompanying video posted at the time, developer Ighor July documented how he was able to access the database for Nvidia’s streaming service.
It included a list of titles, compiled by SteamDB founder Pavel Djundik, featuring unannounced games like Final Fantasy IX Remake, Bioshock RTX Remaster, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Halo 5 PC, Crysis 4, Half-Life 2 Remastered, Injustice 3 and more.
Some of the games on the list have since been confirmed, including Grand Theft Auto Trilogy remasters and a PC version of God of War.
However, Nvidia has since stated that while the list is real, it was used only for internal testing, and that the games listed don’t necessarily exist.
VGC’s Sackboy: A Big Adventure review called the game an innovative platformer that makes the most of the PS5’s exclusive features.
“Every console launch lineup needs a reliable game aimed at children and young families,” our critic wrote. “Sackboy: A Big Adventure fills that hole nicely for the PS5, but it also has enough tricks up its sleeve to make it a definite recommendation for any platforming fan.”