Untitled Goose Game Is Bringing Its Reign of Avian Terror to PS4 and Xbox One

Untitled Goose Game Is Bringing Its Reign of Avian Terror to PS4 and Xbox One

It's coming straight to Game Pass, too.

Sony opened its last State of Play presentation for 2019 with a trailer for Untitled Goose Game, which is set to release for the PS4 next week, Shortly afterwards. Microsoft announced that the no-good goose would also flap its way over to the Xbox One, where it'll immediately join the roster of Xbox Game Pass titles. It'll be available for both platforms on December 17.

To hype up the arrival of House House's foul fowl on the PS4, a new trailer for Untitled Goose Game premiered during the State of Play stream:

On Twitter, the official Xbox Game Pass account confirmed that Untitled Goose Game will be added to the subscription service's list of titles next week. Currently, Untitled Goose Game is available for $19.99 USD on Switch and on PC and Mac via the Epic Games Store—if you're a Game Pass subscriber who hasn't picked up Untitled Goose Game yet, that $20 can go to your real-life goose encounter emergency fund.

For those unaware, Untitled Goose Game is a stealth puzzler that pits the player, a mischievous goose, against a cast of townsfolk simply going about their day. Upon its release in September, Untitled Goose Game leapt up to the top of the Nintendo eShop charts, sparked a wave of goose memes, and earned several odd celebrity endorsements simply by word of mouth. In USG's review, Caty said it might be the most charming game she's played all year.

Untitled Goose Game will definitely be part of many Game of the Year discussions across the internet, and now more folks will be able to see what the big honking deal is. We might be past peak-goose mania—probably best marked by this working Goose costume controller—but Untitled Goose Game surely won't have trouble finding more players on its new platforms.

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