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Untitled Goose Game Coming to Xbox One and PS4 This Month

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Untitled Goose Game became an instant sensation for meme makers and streamers following its launch on Switch and PC back in September, and soon it seems Xbox One and PS4 players will also live life as a "horrible" goose, as their respective achievement and trophy lists have appeared online ahead of an official reveal from developer House House.

First it was the trophy list for the PS4 version which appeared on Exophase, then this morning that was corroborated by a nearly identical achievement list (save for the platinum trophy) on TrueAchievements for the Xbox version of the game. TrueAchievements also shared info from the game's digital store listing which states the launch date as December 17 and even says the game will include Xbox One X enhancements including 4K resolution (reso-goose-ion?). Neither House House nor the game's publisher Panic have confirmed the port at the time of writing.

Untitled Goose Game launched first on Switch and PC to "Strong" reviews with an 80 OpenCritic average after being recommended by 88% of the game's 68 reviewers. In it, players take on the unique role of a simple goose with intentions to pilfer and torment denizens of a small British hamlet. The game has a brief runtime of just a few hours, but it's novel concept, pastel playground, and fascinatingly realistic goose controls combined to create of of 2019's biggest viral sensations. Modders went on to insert the goose in all sorts of games and artwork, including Grand Theft Auto, Resident Evil 2 and Metal Gear.

Given the game's virality and the launch date bein just around the corner, don't be surprised to see the goose on stage in some capacity at next Thursday's The Game Awards, which is known to bring a slew of game reveals alongside the award ceremony. We'll honk if we hear anything in the meantime.


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Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. Formerly the Features and Reviews Editor of TrueAchievements, he's been writing online since 2011 and continues to do so as a freelancer today for outlets like GamesRadar, EGM, and even OpenCritic news. Outside of games, he is an avid biker, a loud animal advocate, an HBO binge-watcher, and a lucky family man.