The action-adventure Stray, in which you'll be able to play like an abandoned parkour cat in a cyber future and a huge futuristic city full of robots, was announced "a long time ago" in the summer of 2020 as part of the first PlayStation 5 game show, which means it will be full soon two years to wait for the release date of this game that has been on our list of most anticipated games ever since.
Until yesterday, the development team BlueTwelve Studio and publisher Annapurna Interactive claimed that the game will arrive in early 2022 on PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. Given that we are now far from the beginning and we are soon half a year, new news arrived last night that Stray’s new one arrives this summer.
It's not a specific date, which is a bit frustrating for fans of little sweet satans who want to try themselves in the role of their favorite pets and do parkour and solve spatial puzzles in a futuristic setting, but it's still a novelty that Sony announced last night via a new trailer on upcoming indie games for PlayStation.
Sony's new trailer has brought news
Although the biggest emphasis in this news is on Stray, which we can't wait to play, Sony's new trailer has brought news, ie new approximate release dates for two more games. Second on the list is We Are OFK, a romantic narrative LGBTQ + friendly adventure for PC, PS4, and PS5 that is also coming out this summer (the game premiered last October at Sony's State of Play event), while the third is Cult of the Lamb, which will be released in the fall of 2022 for PC, PS4, PS5, XOne, XSX | S and NS.
Although the trailer showed only three games, Sony in the accompanying tweet points to its official website and its separate sub-category PlayStation Indies where interested players will be able to find much more information about other expected indie games.