Untitled Goose Game Merch Is Available Now, Just In Time For Christmas

It's Christmas time and you are a horrible goose.

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Untitled Goose Game has been a huge viral success since its release, crossing over and becoming an enormous mainstream sensation while also topping the sales charts on Switch. In Australia, it has outsold The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on the Switch eShop regularly after launching in the same week. Now, the creators of the game have released merch for fans hungry for more goose in their lives.

Untitled Goose Shop!! has launched with a small range or merchandise, including four shirts, some goose socks, and a gift card featuring a download code for the game on Switch. The socks cost $20, the tshirts are $25 each, and the long sleeved shirt is $30. International shipping is available on all items, although the gift cards are only redeemable on the eShops for the US, Canada, or Mexico. All clothing items are pictured below.

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According to Cabel Sasser, one of the game's executive producers, anyone looking to buy any of these items before Christmas should act fast; if they sell out now, new stock won't be available until the new year.

Untitled Goose Game received an 8/10 in our review, in which we described it as "a comedy game that focuses on making the act of playing it funny, rather than simply being a game that features jokes." It launched first on Switch because it felt like the right "emotional fit" for the game, but it will eventually come to PS4, Xbox One, and maybe mobile as well.

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