The pixel art thriller Stay is coming to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch this summer, PQube today announced.
It follows on from the title’s release earlier this year on Xbox One and PC.
Stay focuses on the story of a therapist, Quinn, who wakes up to find himself locked in a room. In the room, Quinn has access to a computer with an internet chat room, although the only person he can talk to online is the player.
Players must help Quinn escape from the room, making all of their choices in real time and facing the consequences it has on the story.
The title has 24 chapters and seven unlockable endings, with PQube saying that it’s “designed to be replayed multiple times.”
“Stay is a unique prospect and one where the player can only influence Quinn rather than decide his every move,” says Michael Fisher, product manager at PQube.
“It’s an approach that poses some interesting questions for the player. Indeed, it becomes quickly apparent that what Quinn does away from the PC, which is all monitored by CCTV, is as important to the mystery behind Stay as what he says when he’s at his keyboard.”