Fans of Untitled Goose Game will no longer have to fly solo.
House House announced a new two-player co-op mode for its hit game, Untitled Goose Game. On September 23, you’ll be able to go through the whole campaign with another avian accomplice. Together, you will steal articles of clothing, bully innocent children and drag each other around in a box.
2019 was an intensely competitive year for video games. Although titles such as Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Control and Death Stranding (the first game from legendary auteur Hideo Kojima after his fallout with Konami) dominated charts and feeds, Untitled Goose Game still managed to win over hearts for its simple premise and charm.
You play as a goose that annoys the crap out of a sleepy English village. The objectives included things like stealing clothes, snatching food, honking at terrified children and just being an all around terrible animal.
In a year stacked with so many big budget games about saving the galaxy, unraveling astral conspiracies and battling with gods, Untitled Goose Game was a nice break. The indie game enjoyed great success with casual gamers and streamers who found it to be great content.
Content maker Jschlatt, who keeps his real name anonymous, learned that a disgruntled gardener can be scarier than any dragon or demon.
Expect to see more moments like this when the two-player feature is introduced on September 23.
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