Octodad to hit PS4 in April, Xbox One version being considered
Young Horses has announced a slight delay in the PS4 release of Octodad: Dadliest Catch.
The studio took to Twitter to let fans know that they were now aiming to release the game in April instead of March as they had initially thought. This added time has allowed them to work in anti-aliasing at 1080p for a better overall visual experience.
“April is the PS4 goal. There was never a definite date, or delay,” the studio stated. “They have different release dates because we’re a small team and it takes time to port. Looking better now than it did at previous public PS4 showings. Just got anti-aliasing in at 1080p.”
They later added that they are considering an Xbox one version but cautioned fans that PS4 is currently the only console that Octodad is releasing on. “Considering Xbox One means we thought about it in our brains. PS4 is still the only console we have plans to release on. Thinking does not equal doing,” the studio stressed.
Thanks PlayStation Lifestyle.
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