If you have ever had ambitions to be a crazy cat person, but don’t want to put up with the realities of endless vacuuming, grooming, claw marks and being woken at 3am, then the virtual reality (VR) kittens of cat simulator Kitten’d might just be for you. With the release of a new content update, players have even more cute fluffy kittens to play with.
The new update features the player crash-landing on the ‘Kitten Planet’, and being charged to help get the kittens home.
The new content patch introduces two new kitten types, the Persian and Singapura, and players will now be able to customise the kittens by using the hairdryer and a harmless hair-colouring spray. Of course, players need to help keep the kittens fed and entertained with the right kind of food and toys.
The aim of the title is to rack up points for making the kittens happy and content, while points are deducted for kittens wrecking anything, which tends to happen if the kittens become bored or unhappy.
The new update brings in five new tools along and new hats to put on your kittens, with seven new levels on the Kitten Planet as well as the new kittens. A new and improved user interface has also been introduced and several bug fixes have been applied.
Kitten’d is currently in Early Access on Steam, with developers Star Vault AB plan to have the title ready for release by the end of the year. The full release is planned to feature more cat breeds and more levels, as well as a ‘My Room’ feature for customisation. The AI and movement of the kittens will also be addressed before the release.
Kitten’d is available on Steam for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, priced at £11.39 (GBP). A trailer for the new content is available to view below. For future coverage of new and upcoming VR titles, keep checking back with VRFocus.