LittleBigPlanet Games has a good chance of coming to PC

News Summary:

  • Any new LittleBigPlanet games have a good chance of coming to PC. Even big exclusives like God of War and the Horizon games are getting PC ports these days. However, we estimate that the chances of Sony porting LittleBigPlanet 3 to PC are pretty slim.

  • After a Sackboy: A Big Adventure PC port was announced, fans of the franchise hoped that a LittleBigPlanet PC release date would also be possible. It has been nearly a decade since the main games in the series were released, with the last being LittleBigPlanet 3 in 2014. The big question is whether or not Sony would bankroll the porting of such an old game.

The last patch for the game was released on October 5, 2021, and it hasn’t been supported with new content in quite some time. It still has a small following, but it’s much more likely that Sony would bring Media Molecule’s latest game, Dreams, to PC before LBP3.

LittleBigPlanet (stylized as LittleBigPlanet; LBP for short) is a series of puzzle-platform video games created by British developer Media Molecule and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Most games in the series strongly emphasize user-generated content and are based on the series’ slogan, “Play, Create, Share.” The motto represents the three core elements of the series: play alone or with others locally (on the same console) or online, create new content using the in-game creation tools, and share creations and discoveries online with other players.

Fortunately, Sony still obviously values the LBP franchise and considers Sackboy to be one of the PlayStation’s unofficial mascots. So, we’ll likely see another game in the series sooner or later. While nothing has been announced (or leaked) about a new LBP, it seems like it’s just a matter of time before we see one hit the PS5.