American Age Rating System, ESRB, Listed Stray in their versions for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, The title published by Annapurna and developed by BlueTwelve Studio launched on PlayStation 5, PS4 and PC last July and received good reviews from gamers.
(FYI) Stray has been rated for Xbox O|X|S by the ESRB
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Usually this record is an indication of an upcoming announcement or release. With events coming up this spring, including the Xbox Game Showcase and Summer Game Fest, it looks like it’s quite likely. will be officially revealed for Xbox in the coming weeks.
Stray is a third-person feline adventure set in the neon-lit alleyways of a decaying futuristic city and the murky atmosphere of its underworld. We will explore the surrounding corners, we will protect ourselves from unexpected dangers and we will solve the mysteries of this inhospitable place in which they live. Listless robots and dangerous creatures.
An engrossing adventure of exploration, platforms and puzzles
“Stray is an adventure of exploration, platforming and It is surprising that although it does not manage to surprise, it has a playable and plot rhythm that is so agile that it can be considered very fluid throughout its duration,” we said in the analysis. One thousand explored in science fiction, and it’s not really the story of the stray cat we control, but the robot that walks with it. Nor is it perfect in all its judgments, like episodic rather than free Jumping in. That’s to say it has design and/or execution flaws here and there, but despite all that, it’s a very enjoyable title that got us hooked from start to finish Despite the fact that it’s neither the innovative experience we’d expect from a game starring a kitten trapped in a futuristic city, nor the tech demo turned into a game one might be scared of. You can discover all its secrets in the complete guide.