Fast Travel Games, the developer behind Apex Construct, has announced today that its next project, The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets, will be releasing on November 14th, 2019 – less than a month from today.
As with Apex Construct, The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets is a virtual reality game, and it will be coming to PSVR as well as all major virtual reality gaming headsets next month. If you were present at this year’s Gamescom in Koln, you may have even gotten your hands on the game already as Fast Travel Games gave it its first public demo back in August of this year.
But what is the game about? If you missed the initial announcement back in June, the trailer is up above for you to watch. In The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets, your job is to help your grandfather solve the mystery of the stolen pets. You do this by exploring the game’s miniature worlds, of which there are several, and by solving puzzles and interacting with whatever is in those worlds.
“Our fantastic journey is coming to a conclusion!” says James Hunt, Creative Lead on the game. “It started with an idea I had back in December last year, to make a highly immersive game that would be accessible to anyone, regardless of age of gaming preferences. A game to simply enjoy at your own pace, where you could marvel at the details in each world and play around with all the interactive elements. And we are letting you do that while enjoying the amazing music of Wintergatan! I am so proud of the work from our small and passionate team, and simply cannot wait for November 14 to come!”
The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets isn’t an expensive game, either. To get your head and hands inside the game, it’ll only cost you $14.99/€14.99/£11.99. That’s a bargain any day of the week.
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