Cat lovers will have to wait a little longer to get their hands on Stray. The feline simulator developed by BlueTwelve Studio will not be released in early 2022, as previously announced.
It’s now set to be released this summer. Sony announced the delay in a tweet, which The Verge discovered. The message is accompanied by a video that says, “Releasing summer 2022.”
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The video includes footage from Annapurna Interactive’s gameplay walkthrough, which was released last summer. And if you’re wondering what Stray is all about, that video gives you a few hints.
It depicts the game’s feline protagonist exploring a neon-lit city teeming with robots of all shapes and sizes. The gameplay entails using his cat’s abilities to solve environmental puzzles.
You’ll meet B-12, a drone that will allow you to communicate with the people of the city, somewhere along the way. Naturally, like the cat, you can scratch furniture and rub up against the legs of robots you encounter.