‘Catlateral Damage’ will arrive on PS4 this March 22

The independent developer Manekoware has announced in a new post from the official PlayStation Blog that Catlateral Damage, its destructive first-person cat simulator, is coming soon to PlayStation 4 this March 22 with a 20% discount for subscribers to the PlayStation Plus service.

In this fun installment the players they will be able to take the role of a cat resentful of humans and very willing to make a mess using its claws and paws, causing as much destruction as possible in the house of our owners, in a cabin, a mansion or even in public places such as a supermarket or a museum; with spontaneously processed levels.

You can take a look at the announcement trailer next:


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