Sony's Next PlayStation Game Coming To PC May Have Been Revealed

It looks like Sumo Digital's 2020 Little Big Planet game Sackboy: A Big Adventure is headed to PC.

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Sony is bringing more of its games to PC, and the company has even established a new publishing arm called PlayStation PC. Now, one of the company's next console games to come to PC may have been revealed--it might be Sackboy: A Big Adventure.

SteamDB has been updated with a new title with the codename "Steel PC," and the listing also mentions something called "Marmalade." This is believed to be a reference to Sumo Digital's Sackboy: A Big Adventure, according to VGC.

The Nvidia GeForce leak from September also referenced Marmalade and connected it to Sackboy: A Big Adventure. This same leak also included the GTA Trilogy and God of War for PC, both of which have been subsequently confirmed.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure was released for PS5 and PS4 in November 2020. GameSpot has contacted Sony in an attempt to get more details on this story.

It was recently discovered that Sony set up a new publishing division called PlayStation PC, a group that will presumably publish the company's PC games going forward.

While Sackboy: A Big Adventure for PC is unconfirmed at this stage, Sony has announced that God of War and Uncharted 4 are headed to PC in 2022.

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