Everything you must know about the charming and unique Peace Island and whether it’s in development for PS4 and Xbox One.

In what should no longer be considered strange seeing as there’s a Grand Theft Auto-esque shark game currently in development, Peace Island is a title that will allow cat lovers to live their dream of being a feline. That’s right, it’ll be the perfect game for those who have cosplayed as Puss In Boots from Shrek. But will it be on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One?

There’s – surprisingly – a great number of famous cats from pop culture including Totoro, Morgana from Persona 5, and – of course – the feline that was robbed of its nine lives in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

But, unlike anything else, Peace Island will actually give you the opportunity to play as these cats, meaning you’ll be able to control a mischievous bugger that is always hungry for attention.

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Will Peace Island arrive on PS4 and Xbox One?

Developed by Eric Blumrich, Peace Island is said to be an open-world adventure game about cats on a remote Maine Island.

Seeing as it puts you in the paws of a feline only, Peace Island is a non-violent interactive game that asks the ultimate question: are humans worth bringing back?

Despite the answer to that question being an obvious no seeing as we do nothing but ruin the planet and b**ch online, the fun of this unique game comes with gaining the trust and friendship of 8 cats you meet throughout the narrative.

Blumrich’s Maine is based on the real-life area that has become an obsession for Stephen King, and – much like the horror author’s The Langoliers – its mystery is centered around the disappearance of every man, woman, and child.

And you get to play as the Egyptian god, Bastet, by deciding whether or not they deserve to come back.

This all sounds oddly charming and intriguing, but is it being developed for PS4 and Xbox One? Unfortunately for Sony and Xbox gamers, it is only in development for PC, Mac, and Oculus VR with no release date announced.

The project currently boasts 355 backers and you can support its patreon by clicking here.

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