Cat Quest was a great weekend game for me. Actually, it was a couple of weekends, but still. Easy to pick up and play, fun and funny. I did the same with the sequel, Cat Quest 2. It felt like a true sequel, improving on the first in just about every way. Needless to say, I was excited when I saw Cat Quest: Pirates of the Purribean at the recent PlayStation Showcase. In the third title in the series you’ll, “take on the role of a swashbuckling purrivateer as you embark across a 2.5D pirate-themed open world. In an archipelago swarming with pesky Pi-rats searching for the Northern Star - a long-lost mythical treasure – you'll take to your very own ship to traverse the dangerous seas and seamlessly zip between the waves and the shore. Either as a solo adventurer, or alongside a friend in local co-op, the Purribean is filled with varied dungeons and paw-geous biomes to explore freely.” My wife isn’t big into video games, but I convinced her to play Cat Quest 2 with me and we had a lot of fun, I’m hoping she’ll be down for this one too.
Cat Quest: Pirates of the Purribean is set to launch on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC. The only downside to all of this is the release window of 2024 still feels far away.