Yes, you can become a cat in Cyberpunk 2077-like city, with all the different neon lights, robots, and all the things that make up a cyber city in the games now. The fun fact is that you can get achievements by just meowing in-game.
Sadly, if you think it‘s a game with happy endings and happy emotions, it‘s not. You start a game as a lost stray cat in the middle of the big city, separated from your family all alone. *Hands you a tissue for your eyes* Okay, that last one got us too. Let‘s get back to the real deal. The game is not all about just making your way through the big city, but the city is full of threats that want to catch you or kill you, but should we care, we have like 9 lives in this game (We didn‘t check this fact of course, but we assume it’s true)
After all, you are the cat, and you can’t forget to get belly rubs from robots or get peted by other characters in-game. You can interact with your environment in lots of different ways, being stealthy, nimble, silly, and playful, you can just climb over the rooftops like just any ordinary cat, but sometimes it might become annoying when different inhabitants of this mysterious world want to pet you. And of course, everyone needs some friends, so on the way, you can become friends with a B-12 drone that will help you on your adventures in this weird world. As per our inside info, the game is developed by BlueTwelve Studio. There is a legend, that more than half of the developers in the studio are cats, and another part is humans. I guess this explains why they did make a game about a cat.
Stray's Minimum System Requirements
OS: 64-bit Windows 10
CPU: Intel Core i5-2300 or AMD FX-6350
Memory: 8GB of RAM
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti or AMD Radeon R7 360
DirectX: Version 12
Available Storage: 10GB
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