The hilarious Untitled Goose Game won’t be making an appearance now until late 2019.
One of the most bizarre indie games out there at the moment is from developer House House – it’s called Untitled Goose Game (no, it doesn’t even have a title yet) and it was slated to arrive in early 2019.
Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case, as it’s been pushed back to late run 2019. House House took to Twitter to break the news with the following statement:
“A bit of news: due to circumstances beyond our control — see video — our goose game will not be arriving until later in 2019. This means we’ll be able to make the best goose game possible! Thanks for your patience — we’ll get this goose to you as soon as we can.”
A bit of news: due to circumstances beyond our control — see video — our goose game will not be arriving until later in 2019. This means we'll be able to make the best goose game possible! Thanks for your patience — we'll get this goose to you as soon as we can. pic.twitter.com/8BqbYw0wQb
— House House (@house_house_) February 20, 2019
In Untitled Goose Game, you take control of a goose that’s a bit of a jerk. You’ll unleash havoc on innocent bystanders, waddling around and playing pranks on the good people of the town you live in, steal their belongings, and generally make a nuisance of yourself. If you like being an absolute knob to others or you like doing outlandish things in simulators, Untitled Goose Game should be right up your alley.
Unfortunately, there’s no updated date for when we can expect to see it available. That means we’ll just have to be patient and do all the silly pranking and making a nuisance out of ourselves IRL…or something. Whatever works, right?
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