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Little Kitty Big City release date, trailers, and latest news

If you're interested in cat games, here's a rundown of everything that arrived with the Little Kitty Big City release date, and how to play.

Little Kitty Big City release date: A black kitten with green eyes leaps towards the screen.

When was the Little Kitty Big City release date? There is something special about this lost kitten that makes us want to help it find its way home through the gorgeous and exciting streets of Japan.

Little Kitty Big City is an adventure game from Double Dagger Studio, putting us in the role of an adorable black kitten as it embarks on an adventure across Japan. The story game is equal parts cute and funny, with pastel graphics, delightful characters, and the ultimate protagonist. A mashup between Stray and The Untitled Goose game, Little Kitty Big City allows you to “make friends with a colorful cast of chatty animals”, according to the developer, so a goose may even be a part of that – we’ll let you find out.

Little Kitty Big City release date: A Black kitten with green eyes looks up, standing on a piece of paper that says the game is approved for release.

Little Kitty Big City release date

The Little Kitty Big City release date was May 9, 2024, as announced during a Nintendo Indie Word broadcast. The feline adventure arrived to PC, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox.

Give the game is available on PC and Xbox, you might be wondering whether you can take this little black kitty for a stroll with Game Pass, so we answer have the answer to your Little Kitty Big City Game Pass questions.

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Little Kitty Big City trailers

The original reveal trailer shows a cute, black cat with bright green eyes roaming the streets of a busy city. Though the objective is to get home, there are some distractions along the way as the kitty dives into crates, shimmies through a hole in the wall, and knocks potted plants off a wall.

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We get a little more gameplay insight from the release date trailer, which goes through a comical checklist while showing gameplay footage. Does curiosity kill the cat? No, but it certainly seems to get them into trouble. Does the cat have an appreciative audience? Yes, and we certainly are, but we’re not sure we can say the same about the humans this cheeky cat comes into contact with in-game.

The trailer shows more customization options for our kitty, as well as various mechanics, such as tripping people over, playing with toilet roll, and other typical cat adventures, all of which keep our friend busy on their way home.

Little Kitty Big City gameplay

Though you’re in for a relaxing time, there are still quests to complete and objectives scattered through the open world. Little Kitty Big City gives you the freedom to ‘complete quests, help your animal friends, or cause a total ruckus.’ You can cause all kinds of mayhem from stealing phones to trekking muddy paw prints across newly painted artwork in your quest to reach home.

The Little Kitty Big City hats shown in the inventory slot, as the kitty wears the Daikon hat.

All Little Kitty Big City hats

You can customize your kitty with a variety of adorable hats, found hidden across the map. Here is every hat available as of the Little Kitty Big City release date:

  • Apple
  • Axolotl
  • Banana
  • Bao
  • Bunny (Rabbit)
  • Butterfly
  • Cactus
  • Corn
  • Cowboy
  • Crab
  • Daikon
  • Little Devil
  • Duck
  • Eggplant
  • Frog
  • Ginkgo Leaf
  • Grapes
  • Hard hat
  • Hedgehog
  • Ladybug
  • Mackerel (Fish)
  • Mouse
  • Mushroom
  • Onigiri
  • Orange (Satsuma)
  • Panda
  • Pear
  • Salmon Nigiri
  • Seal
  • Shark
  • Shiba
  • Space helmet
  • Sunflower
  • Taiyaki
  • Tangelo
  • Tiger
  • Top hat
  • Traffic Cone
  • Turtle
  • Watermelon
  • Witch

We don’t want to spoil any more about Little Kitty Big City, but those hats are surely enough to make you want to play. If somehow it’s not, take a look at some of the other best relaxing games on PC.

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