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'Untitled Goose Game' will get a two-goose mode in September

Honk honk honk honk.
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House House
Jessica Conditt
Jessica Conditt|@JessConditt|August 18, 2020 1:30 PM

Untitled Goose Game? More like Untitled Geese Game. House House’s adorably annoying bird simulator is getting a free two-player update on September 23rd across all platforms. Untitled Goose Game is also heading to Steam and Itch that same day, with the multiplayer mode built-in.

The update allows you to play through the entire game with two geese, causing more havoc than ever before. Here’s how House House describes the new, cooperative mode on YouTube:

● New goose, new honk, still horrible

● Play through the entire game with two players

● Work together as two geese to make even bigger trouble

● A free update for all owners of Untitled Goose Game

The update will hit Steam, Itch, the Epic Games Store, Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game at the same time. Additionally, iam8bit is producing physical versions of Untitled Goose Game for Switch and PS4, and they’re available for pre-order now. They both come out on September 29th, alongside the game’s vinyl soundtrack; the Switch version costs $40 and the PS4 edition costs $35.

House House developers will participate in an hour-long Q&A session on the Nintendo Indie World Twitter account on August 20th beginning at 4pm ET.

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'Untitled Goose Game' will get a two-goose mode in September