Sackboy: A Big Adventure will no longer include online multiplayer at launch – Eurogamer.net

Expected in a spot toward completion of the year.

LittleBigPlanet spin-off Sackboy: A Big Adventure will no longer include its previously announced online multiplayer when it releases on PlayStation 5 and PS4 later on this month, and the performance is now due to be added at a later date.Writing in a post on

the PlayStation Blog , Sackboy: A Big Adventure developer Sumo Digital said it had made the”hard decision “to postpone the game’s multiplayer support as it needs “a bit more time to get it right so you can enjoy it to the maximum with your family and friends”. It now anticipates that the vibrant 3D platformer’s online performance -which uses co-op play for up to four players – will show up by means of a spot “by end of 2020”. This upgrade will also implement cross-generation multiplayer support in between PS4 and PS5, together with game transfers between the two consoles. This content is hosted on an external platform, which will only display it if you accept targeting cookies. Please allow cookies to view.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure story trailer on PS5.While online multiplayer will

no longer be offered at launch, Sumo does tension that offline sofa co-op party play will still make it for Sackboy: A Big Adventure’s PS4 and PS5 arrival on 12th November in the US and 19th November in the UK.

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