Highly anticipated “stealth-slapstick-sandbox” indie game Untitled Goose Game finally has a release date: Sept. 20 on Nintendo Switch, Mac, and Windows PC.
Developed by House House and published by Panic Inc., Untitled Goose Game has been in development for nearly three years. (It was delayed from an early 2019 launch to a “later” release date in February.) “After almost three years in development, it’s surreal to think we’re so close to releasing our Untitled Goose Game, and we’re so excited to share it with you,” the developer wrote on Twitter. “Thank you for your patience, and for helping us spread the good news about the bad goose.”
Untitled Goose Game will cost $19.99, with a “special limited-time launch sale price of 14.99,” according to House House. You’ll find it for PC and Mac on the Epic Game Store, and on Nintendo Switch through the Nintendo eShop. The game will be available in 11 languages.
Essentially, Untitled Goose Game is about being a bad goose. There’s a lot of freedom, but goose-players will have objectives that steer their mischief. House House’s charming goose game stood out at GDC 2018’s Day of the Devs showcase, for instance, for its mundane, yet entertaining objectives that build up to multi-step, puzzle-solving adventures.
You’re going to want to take a gander at this one.