Big Adventure will arrive without an online mode at launch

The new PlayStation 5 is coming, and one of the most anticipated games is Sackboy: A Big Adventure, a platform game that will be available on day one of the console. This is one of the games that will take full advantage of the DualSense node, the console’s new controller.

Now Sumo Digital, the studio behind the game, reveals that its online feature is not available on the day of its launch. This will happen until the end of the year, but on the 19th the game will not have the online component available. And the same is true for the PlayStation 4 version.

In the announcement posted on the PlayStation blog, Sackboy: A Big Adventure studio informs:

β€œThe team has worked hard to ensure that the online experience is the best possible for the players. We just need a little more time to get it right, so that you can have fun with your friends and family. “

Sackboy: Big Adventure online mode arrives at the end of the year

According to Sumo Digital himself, the update with support for online mode will arrive by the end of 2020. It will also add the ability to play between players PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, the so-called CrossGen. They will also allow you to transfer your save from PS4 to PS5.

Sumo Digital specifies that the local cooperative mode will be available from the start. It will be possible to play up to 4 players in a game on the same console. Some levels are designed to be played with other players. But for the online mode, it will take a few more weeks.

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