Untitled Goose Game Coming To PS4, Xbox One, And Maybe Mobile
You may be able to get your honk on elsewhere.
Untitled Goose Game is a bona fide hit, having recently reached the top spot on the Nintendo Eshop--and displacing The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, no less. Those without a Switch or PC may feel like they're missing out on the avian mischief, but the studio is looking into expanding to other platforms.
The team told ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) that it hopes to put the game on PS4 and Xbox One before moving to its next project, but it didn't specify release plans. It also said on Twitter that it is "still chewing" on the idea of a mobile version and would have to figure out how to make the game work with touch controls.
We're still chewing on this. It'll take a lot of design work to make a version that works good for touch controls!— Cabel (@cabel) October 1, 2019
Still, the official site acknowledges that it is actively working on bringing the game to other platforms. The same support page also notes it has no plans for a physical release.
Untitled Goose Game is still on sale on both the Eshop and Epic Game Store, with a Steam release planned for next year. The simple concept puts you in the role of a goose, who causes mayhem around a small town because geese are jerks.
"The important thing is that Untitled Goose Game is a hoot," James O'Connor wrote in GameSpot's review. "It's a comedy game that focuses on making the act of playing it funny, rather than simply being a game that features jokes. Wishing that it was longer speaks to how much fun I had with it. There's nothing else quite like Untitled Goose Game; it's charming and cute despite being mean, and both very silly and very clever. It's also probably the best non-racing game ever to feature a dedicated 'honk' button."
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