PlayStation and PC Exclusive Stray Gets a Limited-Edition Cat Carrier

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Travel Cat has announced the perfect product for Stray fans who actually own a cat and are looking for another way of carrying them around.

Designed in collaboration with Stray developer BlueTwelve Studio and publisher Annapurna Interactive, the Stray x Travel Cat Backpack from Travel Cat is a limited-edition cat bubble backpack that features a color scheme and design elements inspired by the game. It is a custom version of the company’s “Fat Cat” backpack, which is designed to carry around cats as heavy as 25 pounds.

Inspired by the stunning visuals of Stray, this neon and charcoal cat bubble backpack was created to bring cat and gaming enthusiasts together.

This colorful version of our international best-seller, “The Fat Cat” holds the most weight of any cat backpack on the market — up to 25 lbs of cat.

Use this carrier to spend more quality time with your cat beyond the great indoors and give your cat the enrichment and stimulation they need in a safe way.

Stray is a third-person adventure game that centers on a cat who must adventure through a cyberpunk-themed city with robots, machines, and viruses to return to his family. Assisting him is a flying drone companion named B12, which can store items and translate what the robots in the world are saying.

See the world through the eyes of a cat and interact with the environment in playful ways. Be stealthy, nimble, silly, and sometimes as annoying as possible with the strange inhabitants of this mysterious world.

Stray is available to pre-order on Steam at a promotional price of $26.99 until its release next Tuesday. The game will also be available to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium members on that date.

A physical version of Stray is up for pre-order at iam8bit with an oversized poster, premium sleeve, and other bonuses.

Source: Travel Cat

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