The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets for PSVR is Getting a Retail Release Next Month

The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets for PSVR is Getting a Retail Release Next Month

Perp Games, the ever-persistent publisher of PSVR games, has announced today that in partnership with Fast Travel Games, it will be bringing The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets for PSVR to retail.

If you’ve managed to shun digital downloads in favour of building up a physical collection of games, you’ll be pleased to know that another fantastic game will be available as a physical release.

From February 28th, 2020, you’ll be able to buy Fast Travel Games’ charming puzzle game The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets at retail stores. At the moment, it’s only going to be European countries that receive the physical release, but it could get a retail release in North America at a later date.

Of the announcement, Andreas Juliusson, CMO at Fast Travel Games, says “The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets is a real passion project of ours and has already won the hearts of players as well as critics, recently getting a finalists nomination in the DICE Awards ‘Immersive Reality Game of the Year‘ category! I am delighted to see our heart-warming puzzler now being released on disc for PSVR players in Europe!”

Rob Edwards, Managing Director at Perp Games, is delighted at the continued success of the game. “Seeing Virtual Reality games like The Curious Tale of Stolen Pets win prestigious awards at festivals shows how far the medium has come. Fast Travel Games have created one of the most delightful games on PlayStation VR to date and we are absolutely thrilled to be working with them to share the Pets and their adventures with even more people at retail.”

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