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Octodad: Dadliest Catch heads to Vita next week

Supports Cross-Buy, adds single device co-op.

Aquatic dad simulator Octodad: Dadliest Catch will arrive on Vita 26th May, developer Young Horses has announced.

Since it's a Cross-Buy game, those who own it on PS4 will get the portable version at no additional cost.

Unfortunately, it will not feature Cross-Save support, but it will have an all new set of Trophies.

One new feature in this port is single device co-op wherein two players each handle one side of the Vita. This mode will also utilise the touchscreen and rear touch-panel.

The Octodad Vita port was handled by Sickhead Games, who is also porting the competitive multiplayer romp Towerfall to Sony's handheld.

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