A new gameplay video for physics-based third-person adventure title Octodad: Dadliest Catch has been released, which sees that game’s main protagonist getting ready for a wedding.
The Kickstarter-funded sequel to 2010’s Octodad follows the adventures of an Octopus who must pretend to be human and is set to release in 2014 for PC, Linux, Mac, and PlayStation 4. The game’s successful Kickstarter campaign raised $24,320.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch is just one of several indie titles making the jump to PlayStation 4. Other titles include Don’t Starve, Hotline Miami 2 and Rogue Legacy.