Untitled Goose Game will bring viral avian antics to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
During today’s State of Play presentation, Sony announced that Untitled Goose Game will make its PS4 debut next week. House House is bringing its wildly popular third-person gooser to Sony’s console on Dec. 17. The game is also, more quietly, coming to Xbox One on the same day, where Game Pass subscribers can play it for free.
🚨 IMPORTANT PSA 🚨
we’re adding Untitled Goose Game next week
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) 10 December 2019
The stealth game debuted on PC and Nintendo Switch back in September. It quickly became a meme, inspiring countless videos and celebrity shout-outs from the likes of Chrissy Teigen and Mark Hoppus of Blink-182. For what it’s worth, we gave it our stamp of approval, as well.
Now, PlayStation and Xbox owners will get a chance to see what all the honking and/or flapping is about.
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