Posted September 30, 2020 by David Latham in Feature

Sackboy: A Big Adventure Trailer Re-Introduces Sackboy

SUMO Digital has just uploaded a new Sackboy: A Big Adventure trailer which re-introduces the Sackboy character and shows what to expect in one of the PlayStation 5’s hottest launch titles.

As they explain the digital, Sackboy: A Big Adventure has been built from the ground up on the Unreal Engine 4 with a new control system and a focus on maintaining 60 frames per second at all times, in stunning 4K. What this will give players is an amazingly immersive experience where every move and jump in this new 3D world will occur just how you planned, because as the saying goes: frames win games.

The new trailer also gave us some insight into the multiplayer which Sumo has confirmed will be 4 players both offline and online (PS+ membership required) and there will be some new ways to both help and hinder your friends.

Read more about when Sackboy: A Big Adventure was originally announced at the June 11 PlayStation 5 reveal event

Check out the new Sackboy: A Big Adventure trailer below:


Face thrilling, unpredictable challenges as you explore distinctive hand-crafted lands through deeply immersive and expressive controls.


  • Perilous Platforming Experience – Explore here, there and everywhere as you utilise Sackboy’s cool, diverse move-set to face a huge variety of thrilling challenges, fierce enemies and startling surprises.
  • Re-Stuffed. Re-Stitched. Re-Zipped. – Sackboy returns to the big time stuffed with fresh moves and game-changing gadgets in an awe-inspiring and downright fun 3D adventure in this new, but familiar world.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure will launch exclusively on the PlayStation 5 and PlayStatation 4 consoles on the PS5’s launch day of November 12, 2020. For more information including the different editions, check out the latest PlayStation blog post.

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