We’ve been reporting a lot lately about just how invested Sony are in the PC, and the ports don’t stop coming. Sackboy: A Big Adventure, the platforming spin-off of LittleBigPlanet, releases on PC on Oct. 27. As we’ve come to expect from the PlayStation PC ports, the release comes with some nice new features exclusive to the PC version of the game.

The game can run at a lovely 4K resolution with 120fps for those with compatible hardware, with Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) also available to keep the game responsive. Sackboy: A Big Adventure will be compatible with a host of monitor types, thanks also to its widescreen support, including the ultrawide 21:9 ratio. Mouse and keyboard controls are available, but the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller will have full compatibility with the game too.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure will have a variety of graphical settings to accommodate different PC hardware set-ups, from Low to Ultra. The intricate, fluffy edges of the fabric-filled world will run great on NVIDIA cards, thanks to Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) support. For those unfamiliar with the term, DLSS is an AI enhancement technology that renders the game at a lower resolution for performance, but uses the AI to output a higher resolution image. It helps gamers get the best of both worlds in terms of both frame rate and resolution for their games.

Unfortunately, Sackboy: A Big Adventure did not make a huge splash after its launch-day release for PS5. It was mostly overshadowed by Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, despite the positive reviews from critics. The game will have a deserved second shot at getting the spotlight later this month on PC, available on both Steam and the Epic Games Store. Hopefully the PC release of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection just a week earlier doesn’t once again take eyes off the game.

Are you interested in Sackboy: A Big Adventure coming to PC? Let us know in the comments below, and keep your eyes on GameLuster for more gaming news.

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