Sony quietly released another game on PC today.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure PC

Sony has this knack for releasing games on PC without much in the way of fanfare. The other day it was the PC release of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. Today, it's Sackboy: A Big Adventure. In fact, the last word Sony made about Sackboy even coming out today on PC happened back on September 29th when they announced the PC release date on their PlayStation Blog.

Today's release of Sackboy: A Big Adventure finds the adventure title being released on platforms like Steam and the Epic Games Store. You can play alone or in co-op with up to four players as you tackle obstacles and challenges across a variety of levels.

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. Can you save Craftworld from the dastardly Vex and his nightmarish Topsy Turver device… and become the Knitted Knight of legend?
The PC release features support for 4K resolutions, Nvidia DLSS, ray tracing for those with capable GPUs, up to 120FPS framerates, ultra-widescreen support, and DualSense support.

Nvidia also released a new Game Ready Driver update today. The new 526.47 driver is focused on delivering the best launch day experience for games like Sackboy: A Big Adventure, along with Victoria 3, WRC Generations - The FIA WRC Official Game, and it adds DLSS 3 to F1 22. There are also various fixes included in this new driver update.

Sadly, even with this new driver update the PC release is suffering from some pretty bad stuttering issues. Several complaints have popped up on the Steam discussion forums for the game complaining about the issue. The problem seems to be tied to everyone's favorite recurring issue: Shader compiling. You may need to wait for a fix to be released before diving into this one.