Post by Eorl @ 11:18am 17/01/14 | 0 Comments
Developer Young Horses' president Phil Tibitoski has revealed to Polygon that the indie title Octodad - which follows the life of a cephalopod pretending to be a suburban dad - will be hitting Steam, Humble and GOG.com come January 30th.
The game will be shipping across PC, Mac and Linux as one single purchase, though a price point has yet to be revealed. Tibitoski did state that the price "will be announced in the lead-up to the launch."
When asked about a release date for the PlayStation 4 version, the studio said they are aiming for a March release.
"We still need to work on trophies and some things like that a bit," Tibitoski said. "Though it's more about just giving us some more room to make sure we can get it done. We don't want to make any hasty announcements."
Tibitoski also revealed to Polygon that the team are looking at Wii U and Xbox One release, but will make a final call a few months after the initial platform launches, noting that fan reaction will also help decide the decision.
"We want to see where those first three or four months go," he said. "How Mac and PC sales are going and seeing how the PS4 does first."
To those wondering just what exactly you have to do in Octodad: Dadliest Catch, it is best to just check out the gameplay video below for a good understanding of just how insanely out there the game can be.