Untitled Goose Game is coming to Steam with a new gameplay mode

Untitled Goose Game is coming to Steam with a new gameplay mode
Aug 19, 2020, 1:46 PM

Many people may consider Untitled Goose Game is a ridiculous game, but the truth is that it has managed to become one of the big hits of 2019. It's not that playing as a goose is insanely appealing, but a goose focused on annoying the citizens of a small English town seems to be a completely different matter. That little bit of wickedness is enough to make you grin and have fun while solving the variety of puzzles that the game throws at you. And it's going to get twice as fun very soon. Developer House House has announced that Untitled Goose Game is coming to Steam on September 23 but it's bringing a surprise. On the same date, the game will receive a new co-op mode for two players on all platforms!

The new gameplay mode will be part of an update for Untitled Goose Game, and it will allow players to take on the challenges in the game along with a friend. That means, of course, that you will be able to create more mayhem and annoy the inhabitants of the town in brand new ways. Just imagine the kind of trouble that two geese can create. Distracting an unsuspecting citizen while your friend steals things is just the beginning. Double the geese, double the fun!

 

 

Of course, this update will be free on all platforms, including those in which Untitled Goose Game is already available, like Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Epic Games Store. If you feel like being a bit naughty without having to suffer severe repercussions, Untitled Goose Game is an option you might want to consider.

 

  • Fyra Frost

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