Developer Young Horses have tweeted that Octodad: Dadliest Catch has a new release window of April (ish).
The game is already out on PC and was due for launch on PlayStation 4 sometime early this year but the Tweet suggests the exact date has yet to be finalised.
@KYR_Justin Early April is what it’s looking like.
— Octodad (@octodadgame) February 16, 2014
Framerate fans – and I know there lots of you judging by recent comments – will be happy to know the game now runs “at 1080p with nice anti-aliasing.”
“For remote play we’re looking into touchscreen controls,” added the Octodad Twitter feed.
An Xbox One version of the game has been “thought about” but “PS4 is still the only console we have plans to release on. Thinking does not equal doing.”
Teflon reviewed the PC version of the game a couple of weeks ago and described the game as “well rounded” but “marred by annoying difficulty spikes”. You read his full review here.