House House has announced their highly anticipated game, Untitled Goose Game, finally has a release date. After experiencing a short delay earlier this year, the game will finally release on September 20 for both the Nintendo Switch and PC. House House shared their excitement with fans on Twitter stating, “It’s finally time to honk.”
After almost three years of 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. Thank you for your patience, and for helping us spread the good news about the bad goose. pic.twitter.com/6yFrakdzXv
— House House (@house_house_) August 30, 2019
In Untitled Goose Game, players take control of a a very unruly goose and cause mayhem and havoc across a small village. Described as a “slapstick-stealth-sandbox,” players are tasked with stealthily, as much as a goose can be, ruining the days of the village’s inhabitants. Players will cause goosey hijinks including “setting up pranks, stealing hats, honking a lot,” typical goose things, among a plethora of other ways for a goose to cause trouble. There is even a dedicated honk button for players to use.
House House has also announced that the game will be playable in eleven different languages. The studio has stated that, upon release, the game will cost $19.99, but they would then go on to also announced that there will be a special launch discount price of $14.99 for a limited time only.
Untitled Goose Game is set to launch on Nintendo Switch as well as PC and Mac via the Epic Games Store on September 20. There is currently no word on if the game will release on other platforms down the line. You can check out the newest trailer for Untitled Goose Game below: