Untitled Goose Game to release in September

Highly predicted “stealth-slapstick-sandbox” indie sport Untitled Goose Game ultimately has a release date: Sept. 20 on Nintendo Switch, Mac, and Windows PC.

Developed through House House and posted through Panic Inc., Untitled Goose Game has been in development for nearly three years. (It turned into delayed from an early 2019 launch to a “later” release date in February.) “After almost three years in improvement, it’s surreal to think we’re so close to releasing our Untitled Goose Game, and we’re so excited to proportion it with you,” the developer wrote on Twitter. “Thank you on your staying power, and for supporting us unfold the coolest information about the bad goose.”

Untitled Goose Game will value $19.Ninety-nine, with a “unique limited-time release sale charge of 14.Ninety-nine,” consistent with House House. You’ll find it for PC and Mac at the Epic Game Store, and on Nintendo Switch through the Nintendo eShop. The game could be available in 11 languages.

Essentially, Untitled Goose Game is set being a bad goose. There’s a whole lot of freedom, but goose-players could have objectives that steer their mischief. House’s captivating goose sport stood out at GDC 2018’s Day of the Devs show off, for example, for its mundane, but exciting targets that increase to multi-step, puzzle-solving adventures.