HONK! Fans have been eagerly waiting for the long in development Untitled Goose Game, and now they won’t have to wait much longer. Announced for PAX West 2019, Untitled Goose Game will launch on September 20, 2019.
Over on Twitter, Nintendo announced the release date alongside a new trailer. The trailer features more quirky goose hijinks that fans fell in love with when the first trailer launched.
Honk. Honk honk-honk. Honnnnnnnnk!
Untitled Goose Game is coming to #NintendoSwitch on Sept. 20!
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) August 30, 2019
The developer, House House, also announced on a Twitter thread other new details. The game will come to the Nintendo Switch and PC and Mac via the Epic Games Store. They also note it’ll also be playable in 11 languages.
The MSRP is $19.99, though the game will launch at a special limited-time price of $14.99. No indication for how long that price will last for, so fans should jump on it right away if you’re looking to save some money.
Untitled Goose Game is a stealth game where you play as a goose causing mayhem to patrons of the village. Each level features a number of challenges to take part in, such as setting up a picnic. The developers have described the game as being a sandbox with multiple ways to accomplish each task. Initially announced back in 2017, the game has been delayed a few times before finally settling on the September 20 release date. House House also mentioned that Untitled Goose Game has been in development for three years. The game’s title was initially supposed to be a placeholder, but it looks like the developers stuck with the name after all these years.
Untitled Goose Game will launch on Nintendo Switch on September 20. PC and Mac players will get the game at the same time via the Epic Games Store. Are you excited to cause some mayhem with a goose? Let us know in the comments below.
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