Stray Appears to be Headed to Xbox Collection X/S and Xbox One


Sony and Microsoft have each spent the previous couple of years hanging exclusivity offers with indie builders particularly, and one such spotlight from the PlayStation library is seemingly able to make the bounce to Xbox consoles quickly.

BlueTwelve Studio and Annapurna Interactive’s journey title Stray, which launched final yr for PC and PlayStation consoles, could be headed to Xbox. The sport was lately rated for Xbox Collection X/S and Xbox One by the ESRB, suggesting {that a} port for the post-apocalyptic cat-starring journey sport could be introduced within the close to future.

Presumably, this implies, Stray’s timed PlayStation exclusivity interval is coming to an finish. In fact, if the sport does come to Xbox, it needs to be attention-grabbing to see if it additionally joins the Sport Go library proper out the gate, particularly because it was accessible through PlayStation Plus at launch.

In our evaluate of Stray upon its launch, we awarded it a rating of 8/10, saying, “By always conserving the participant’s consideration, be it both through gameplay or its distinctive setting and ambiance, Stray makes a really compelling case for itself, and for the participant to keep it up past simply the preliminary curiosity that the elevator pitch incites. ‘A cat in a cyberpunk metropolis’ is not any low-effort ploy to generate dialog and interest- it’s the inspiration of a genuinely good sport with a whole lot of coronary heart.” Learn the complete evaluate via right here.

Stray is at present accessible on PS5, PS4, and PC.