A series of Lost Players try to bring a new level of realism to the game as they modify their own cats and other feline variations in the cyberpunk adventure game.
In case falling in love with the little red-haired tabby protagonist in Stray wasn’t easy enough, a group of modders have started developing new breeds and variations of cats to implement in the game, often ones that look identical to their regular cats. the real life.
A quick scan of the Stray Nexus Mods (opens in a new tab) The page reveals mods that transform the main character into a hairless sphynx cat, a black cat, a black cat with a white mustache, a calico, a gray and white cat, and many, many more. However, the most touching thing is that many players have tried to add their own cat to the game with mods like ‘Tuxedo Cat (Based on my real cat) (opens in a new tab)‘ doing the rounds.
However, it’s not just the blessed creations that populate the Stray modding scene. There are also some cursed mods, like this one. Heavy Rain Inspired Jason Mod (opens in a new tab) which changes the ginger tabby cat’s adorable meow to a “JASON!” gradually more intense. In addition to this, there is also a garfield model (opens in a new tab) and a slightly disturbing mod of GTA CJ: San Andreas walking on all fours like a cat (opens in a new tab). You’ll have to watch it to fully understand what it looks like.
If you haven’t played Stray yet and still need some convincing, here’s what the game’s first week after launch looked like. Not even an hour after the game launched on Steam, Stray managed to accumulate more than 60,000 simultaneous players – that’s a lot of people tapping into their inner feline. A number of discoveries have also been made after launch, including that Stray hides a couple of Skyrim references in his dialogue.
Are you dying to play the game for yourself? Find out if you’ll ever be able to play Street Fighter on Xbox.