With loads of puzzles and exploration, Stray will be released for PS4, PS5 and PC
Annapurna Interactive Studio responsible for Stray Announced during the PS5 Reveal Show in June, just posted a new video showing the gameplay of the game and also confirmed that the game will arrive in 2022. In Stray, you play as a cat venturing through a mysterious city. Check out the new video released by the company below:
As a cat separated from its family and injured, you will have to explore and survive in a hostile environment. In the trailer, you can see the cats performing various acrobatics to reach places that no human can easily reach, these skills are necessary to solve puzzles to discover new areas and move forward in the game.
On his only journey, the main character encounters a drone called B12 that will help him discover the mysteries hidden in the mysterious and deserted city, which is little by little seen as inhabited by biped robots that determine human reactions.
During the trailer we see the cat interact with the vending machines, and even go for a robot that rubs its “legs” and even scratches the sofa, rest assured that Stray’s cat instincts are guaranteed!
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In the quest to find your family, threats will start appearing and you will have to dodge to survive, or rather equip yourself so that the threats are eliminated before you do. Maybe at the end of the day you’ll find all that you need is the comfort of the sound of a robot playing a guitar made in a gallon of gasoline.
Stray confirmed to arrive in early 2022 on PC, Playstation 4 and Playstation 5The game is developed by BlueTwelve Studio and published by Annapurna Interactive. The developers should reveal more details about the game before launch and we will present it here on Adrenaline as soon as we have more information. What do you think of the cat simulator? Ready to embark on this feline adventure? Share in the comments what you think!
Source: Annapurna Interactive
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