Octodad: Dadliest Catch will still have the PlayStation Move support, even when it’s released onto the PlayStation 4.
For players who don’t really like swinging their arms all over the place and prefer a more static approach to their gaming, the DualShock 4 controller will come to the rescue as you’ll be able to substitute that for the move.
For gamers who do actually want to use move instead, they’ll just need one controller and can even decide which of the legs that you’ll be moving by using the front Move button for the right leg, or using the back trigger for left. Then you simply wave the controller in the exact direction that you want to go in.
In Octodad: Dadliest Catch, you play as an Octopus that’s disguised as a human and you must make sure that his identity remains a secret. The main character who’s obviously a fish, therefore has no bones and finds it hard to even walk properly, which is made harder with him having to act normally in front of his human wife and children. You can read more over on the official PS Blog.