Untitled Goose Game 2 Beaks are Better Than 1

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Have you played the Untitled Goose Game yet? I mean the game doesn’t even have a title… or does it? If you’re one of the over 1 million people that have downloaded this game, you’ll be pleasantly pleased to hear that the Untitled Goose Game is getting a free multiplayer co-op update.

Announced today during the Nintendo Indie World event, House House revealed that there is another goose in the mix. Coming September 23, as a free update, a second goose will be added to allow you to have a friend come in and raise havoc on all platforms. Check out the reveal trailer below.

Untitled Goose Game Multiplayer Reveal Trailer

The trailer shows both geese working together raising havoc, taunting the townsfolk, stealing items, and tossing items into a pond. If you’re not familiar with the Untitled Goose Game, the game is a puzzle type game where each village is broken into multiple areas that are unlocked by completing certain objectives through honking, running, ducking (ha), flapping and grabbing objects. The game has been quite popular on multiple platforms, as over 1 million copies had been sold by the end of 2019, scoring an average of 80/100 rating on Metacritic across all platforms.

One limitation though is that its only local co-op only. PC Gamers can use a keyboard and a game controller and on the Nintendo Switch, one Joy-Con per player makes co-op play possible. Interestingly enough, the FAQ from the official Untitled Goose Game site states that internet play is technically possible through gaming.

On some platforms, like Steam’s Remote Play Together and PlayStation 4’s Share Play, you can actually play over the internet with a friend via streaming! 

Source: https://goose.game/support/

Untitled Goose Game is available now on PC and macOS, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 and will be made available on Steam and Itch.io on September 23rd. Physical copies are also currently in the works and will be released on September 29th.

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