Returnal Coming to PC

Returnal can be seen running on a laptop and Sackboy on a Steam Deck.

PC versions of Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Returnal are all but confirmed. A compelling image has found its way online, reconfirming what we already knew.

The image you see below reveals Sackboy running on a Steam Deck and Returnal on an unspecified laptop.

Sackboy on Steam Deck and Returnal on Laptop

On the laptop, you can even see a performance overlay at the top side of the screen. The overlay reveals the framerate, usage, and temperature of the hardware. The right side of the screen also mentions some information, but it’s unreadable due to the low quality of the picture.

Sackboy, on the other hand, has no such metric. However, the command prompts of Select and Escape keys are visible, proving it is a PC port of the game.

To anyone following leaks, this image comes as no surprise. Sackboy’s SteamDB page was updated yesterday, and five screenshots were leaked online a few months. The screenshots were of the alleged PC port and revealed visual and control menus of both games. The massive Nvidia GeForce Leak that took place in 2021 mentioned Sackboy and Returnal as well.

Several more titles like Horizon Forbidden West, Ghost of Tsushima, and Gran Turismo 7 were hinted at but haven’t been confirmed yet.

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