Untitled Goose Game Will Arrive On PS4 & Xbox One Soon

Posted Oct 05, 2019 by DarthHazard


It seems the Internet has a new fascination and this time, it’s the turn of Untitled Goose Game, a simple game where you get to play as a horrible goose.

The idea of the game is simple – it’s a lovely day in the local village, and you are a horrible goose. The slapstick-stealth-sandbox will see you control a goose, moving around through peoples’ back gardens making sure to set up pranks, steal hats, honk a bit and ruin everyone’s day wherever you go.

And if that wasn’t enough for you, there’s even a dedicated honk button.

The game has taken the gaming world by storm, having already managed to climb above The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on the Nintendo eShop.

Unfortunately for a majority of gamers, they won’t be able to try it out just yet as the game is only available on PC, Mac and the Switch. But fear not, the developers have confirmed that they are working on bringing the game to other platforms. A release date or even a timeframe wasn’t given but players on the PS4 and Xbox One can have some hope that they will eventually be able to try the game out.

It’s not just console being considered either, as a publisher for Panic mentioned on Twitter that they would like to bring the game to mobile devices as well although they would have to work around how to ensure it plays well with touchscreen first.

Priced at £15.99, the game is currently available for purchase from the Epic Games Store (for PC & Mac) and the Nintendo eShop (for the Nintendo Switch).

Will you be trying out the game? And what hijinks have you been up to as the horrible goose if you already have the game? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.


DarthHazard
Founder & developer of this dope gaming platform. 20 year old gamer who loves to waste time chasing noobs on Fortnite, riding with my posse on Red Dead Redemption 2 and travelling across the coast on Crew 2
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