Octodad: Dadliest Catch is a rather bizarre game that has you playing an octopus trying to pass off as human. The game's odd controls help players feel as out-of-their-element as the titular character. However, a newly announced co-op mode may make it even harder to control Octodad--and will undoubtedly result in even more laughs.
The game's co-op mode was revealed to Polygon. According to Young Horses president Phil Tibitoski, each player will control one set of limbs in the local multiplayer offering. However, in Roulette mode, every time an objective is completed, the limbs each player controls will be randomly switched, with no indication who is controlling what.
Multiplayer will be offered in every version of the game. The game will launch tomorrow for Mac, Linux, and PC, with a PS4 version to follow in March.
Andrew Yoon posted a new article, Octodad: Dadliest Catch adds four player co-op.
A newly announced co-op mode may make it even harder to control Octodad--and will undoubtedly result in even more laughs.
I'm looking forward to a Let's Play of this mode