Stray’s language has already been deciphered

Stray may have only recently been released, but someone has already deciphered the game’s mysterious language.

This language uses a substitution cipher to make the world in Stray more cryptic and mysterious. (A substitution cipher is a used to encrypt text by swapping each letter or symbol within said text with a different symbol, that can then be unscrambled with a key.)

And now, HalfGlassGaming‘s Josh Wirtanen has cracked Stray’s cipher, and shared how we too can do the same (thanks, RockPaperShotgun). I have embedded some photos from the game within this article, so if you are yet to play or are keen to avoid spoilers, please take this as your cue to read something else on Eurogamer.

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