Avid watchers of SteamDB have revealed that Sackboy: A Big Adventure is now listed in Steam‘s database, which would make it the latest in a lineup of PlayStation games making a delayed debut on the platform.
It was listed under the name Steel PC, with product information that made references to Marmalade Content. The NVIDIA GeForce NOW leak revealed that the well-received Sackboy: A Big Adventure was developed under the name Project Marmalade, which has led to gamers putting 2 and 2 together.
So Sackboy: A Big Adventure PC was in the GeForce NOW leak?
Ighor July accidentally found his way into the backend info of Nvidia’s streaming service earlier in the year, Sackboy: A Big Adventure was one of the games on the roster alongside spicier projects like Resident Evil 4 Remake and Tekken 8.
The leaked list has now told the world about several real games ahead of time, including a Destroy All Humans 2 Remake and a PC version of God of War, despite NVIDIA saying that the information on it wasn’t accurate or was just used for internal testing purposes.
What is Sackboy: A Big Adventure, anyway?
Sackboy: A Big Adventure is a 3D platformer developed by Sumo Digital that is most reminiscent of Super Mario 3D World. It’s a 2.5D affair with four player co-op and a good soundtrack. It tells the story of Sackboy was he tries to save the Craftworld from the evil villain Vex. Critics and fans alike generally liked it.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure arrived on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on November 12, 2020 which made it a PS5 launch title. It’s currently a first party console exclusive. If it came to PC, would you play it? Let us know in the comments below.
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