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Untitled Goose Game releases on PS4 next week

From a Slack joke to a videogame sensation, House House explains the origins of its unlikely protagonist

Oh, hello again! It’s us, House House, a small videogame studio from Melbourne, Australia. Last time we wrote a blog post like this we were releasing Push Me Pull You, our wriggly local-multiplayer sports game. Now we’re back to announce that our next thing, Untitled Goose Game, will be coming to PlayStation 4 on 17th December.

Maybe you’ve heard about Untitled Goose Game already, but in case you haven’t, we’ll catch you up: it’s a lovely morning in the village, and you are a horrible goose. That’s pretty much it.

It’s been a busy three years for us as we turned an offhand joke in our internal Slack channel into a real videogame, but we’re glad we did.

Untitled Goose Game on PS4

We’re very excited for you to play our videogame. We put in a thing where the controller’s light bar flashes orange when you honk. No one made us do it! We just thought it would be fun.

Untitled Goose Game on PS4

It’s releasing on 17th December, with a special limited-time launch sale price!

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Worth a gander.

Definitely give this game a shot.

Honk Honk!

Loved playing this on the Switch.

Just wondering, will it have a Platinum Trophy?

It should, with the amount of hype this game got

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It does. The trophy list came out last week.

https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/10068-untitled-goose-game

This trailer made me gaggle.

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I’ve been waiting for this announcement. I think it was the highlight of SoP for me.

Best announcement from state of play yesterday. Will pick this up

The music in the video is a thinly veiled version of Creep by Radiohead.

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The music is a big part of what makes the trailer great imo. It gives off a carefree and playfully menacing atmosphere that seems to encompass the game perfectly. I do wonder if this is the actual kind of music that they use in-game as it’s a perfect fit.

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