Alleged PC Screenshots of Returnal and Sackboy: A Big Adventure Leaked Online

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Returnal and Sackboy: A Big Adventure are the next PlayStation exclusives that are getting ported to PC, if a series of alleged screenshots shared by a redditor by the name of EmpressOfSony are to be believed. Sackboy’s PC port will seemingly include a range of typical graphics options that include ambient occlusion, depth of field, and motion blur, while the screenshots for Returnal allude to even more exciting settings in the form of graphics options that include ray-traced reflections and shadows. The authenticity of these screenshots are yet to be verified, but the existence of a PC port for Returnal is at least mildly credible based on a Steam listing spotted last week that suggests Housemarque’s sci-fi shooter is headed to Valve’s platform. Marvel’s Spider-Man and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales are the latest PlayStation exclusives that are being ported to PC following Horizon Zero Dawn, Days Gone, and God of War, the latter of which was recently updated with support for AMD FSR 2.0.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure

Face thrilling, unpredictable challenges as you explore distinctive hand-crafted lands through deeply immersive and expressive controls. Go solo in an epic race against time stuffed with danger and peril — or create teams of two to four adventurers for fun-packed party play as you work together to overcome nefarious tasks however you can imagine.


After crash-landing on a shape-shifting alien planet, Selene finds herself fighting tooth and nail for survival. Again and again she’s defeated, forced to restart her journey every time she dies. In this roguelike shooter, both the planet and your equipment change with every cycle, forcing you to adapt your play style and take on evolving challenges.

Source: EmpressOfSony

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