Stray, the popular feline-focused cyberpunk adventure game, is set to make its way to Mac. Developer BlueTwelve Studio and publisher Annapurna Interactive have confirmed that the critically acclaimed title will be available for all Apple silicon models, including the powerful Mac Studio desktops and standard Macbook Air laptops. However, it’s important to note that the game will not be compatible with older Intel-based Macs. While no specific release date has been announced, fans are advised to follow the Twitter accounts of BlueTwelve Studio and Annapurna Interactive for the latest updates.
Originally released last year for PS4, PS5, and PC via Steam, Stray has garnered widespread acclaim, earning glowing reviews and multiple industry awards, including Best Independent Game and Best Debut Indie Game at The Game Awards. The game’s unique premise allows players to take on the role of a cat navigating a cyberpunk world, engaging in puzzle-solving and forming a bond with a robot drone companion.
The arrival of Stray on Mac marks another significant milestone for Apple in the gaming arena. Historically, the platform has faced challenges in attracting top-tier developers and high-quality titles. However, recent advancements in Apple’s silicon chipsets and upscaling technologies like MetalFX have improved the gaming capabilities of Mac. Notably, hit space simulation game No Man’s Sky recently debuted on Mac computers, and the platform currently hosts a range of acclaimed titles including Resident Evil: Village, Hades, Disco Elysium, and more.
With Stray’s forthcoming availability on Mac, Apple continues to demonstrate its commitment to expanding its gaming ecosystem and providing users with a diverse selection of engaging and critically acclaimed titles. Mac gamers can look forward to immersing themselves in the captivating cyberpunk world of Stray in the near future.