Catlateral Damage coming to PS4 on March 22

A first-person destructive cat simulator.

Catlateral Damage

Catlateral Damage, independent developer Manekoware’s first-person destructive cat simulator, is coming to PlayStation 4 on March 22 with a 20 percent discount for PlayStation Plus members, the studio announced.

In Catlateral Damage, you play as a cat and make a mess, using your paws to cause as much destruction as possible in your owner’s house, a log cabin, a mansion, or even a supermarket and museum. All levels are proceduarlly generated.

There are two game modes, Objective Mode and Litterbox Mode. In the former, each level’s goal is to knock over a target number of objects within the time limit. In the latter, you pick a level type to play for as long as you want. Both game modes let you collect upgrades by playing with various cat toys to improve your movement and swatting abilities. Random events, which reward you with power-ups, will also occur at random.

Watch the PlayStation 4 announcement trailer below.

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