The Morning After: ‘Stray’ tie-in merch includes a limited-edition cat backpack

Annapurna Interactive is selling a branded cat carrier bag to go with their new adventure game Stray. Just days before the game launches on PlayStation and PC on Tuesday, the publisher has teamed up with pet accessories brand Travel Cat for the limited edition transporter. (PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers can do this – the first time a third-party title has appeared at a higher PS Plus tier on release date.)

It’s a version of a Fat Cat bag by Travel Cat, with neon and charcoal colors inspired by the cyberpunk environment of Stray. The pet accessories company says the $140 carrier is sturdy, breathable, and has room for more than one cat.

Curiously, this announcement coincided with Engadget’s own . Unfortunately, we didn’t consider the cat transporter segment. Next time!

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