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ESRB Xbox One and Series X Listing Appears for Stray

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Cyberpunk cat game Stray is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X soon, based on a new ESRB listing. The listing contains the same text as the game’s previous listing, only now the game is specifically listed for the two Microsoft consoles. Stray previously released in July 2022 for PC, PS5, and PS4. [Thanks, Wario64!]

Neither Microsoft nor publisher Annapurna Interactive confirmed this release yet, so no date is currently known. It’s also not clear if Stray will be part of Xbox Game Pass, similar to how it was a day one release for PlayStation Plus.

Stray sees players taking control of a cat in a futuristic world set in a society where humans have disappeared and been replaced by robots. The cat teams up with a small drone robot as he tries to reunite with his family. It allows players to perform a whole bunch of cat behaviors, including knocking paint cans off ledges and clawing furniture.

Stray received widespread acclaim, with it picking up several nominations at The Game Awards in December, including Best Art Direction and Game of the Year. It won awards for Best Indie and Best Debut Indie.

Stray is available now for the PS5, PS4 and PC, and it seems will be getting an Xbox One and Series X release sometime in the future.

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