New information on BlueTwelve Studio’s adventure game Stray, which was previously postponed from last year until “early 2022,” maybe released soon. The South Korean ratings authority GRAC recently provided Gematsu with a rating for the game, which they published. Because Ghostwire: Tokyo and Monster Hunter Rise on PC have received similar ratings, it appears that a release date announcement will take place shortly after they are identified.
It is the story of a single cat who has been abandoned by its family. It is now stranded in a cybercity, and it is roaming the surroundings in search of an escape while also uncovering some mysteries along the way, On the planet, you’ll find “dangerous monsters” in addition to droids of every kind. The player must use stealth and agility in order to progress, but there is also a little drone dubbed B12 that can assist them.
Stray is currently in development for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC platforms, among others. Keep an eye out for further information in the coming weeks as publisher Annapurna Interactive stated last month that the game would still be released this year.
Stray has been graded in Korea, according to Gematsu(opens in new tab), indicating that the game’s producers may be providing some details about the game’s release shortly. We don’t have a particular release date yet, but the game is planned to be released sometime in 2022.
Fans were concerned that the game’s omission from last month’s State of Play meant that its release date had been pushed back, however, publisher Annapurna Interactive confirmed via Twitter that the cat simulator will still be released later this year.
The game received its most recent big upgrade during last year’s Annapurna Interactive Showcase. The publisher showed out a gameplay video of our fuzzy pal roaming a droid-infested city.
BlueTwelve Studio is working on Stray for PlayStation 4 and PC. It’s guaranteed to be a hit with cat lovers, as it tells the narrative of a stray cat trying to find his family in a cyberpunk world filled with robots, machines, and viruses.
STRAY was also rated in Korea https://t.co/se8jxIa4ce
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