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Untitled Goose Game Is About To Get Even More Chaotic With Two Player Mode

 

In a screenshot from Untitled Goose Game, an animated goose honks at a young boy in an outdoor shop.

What’s more dangerous than one goose with a knife and lust for chaos? Their best friend who is also a goose.

Today during Nintendo’s Indie World showcase, developer House House announced that the future of Untitled Goose Game is being able to do chaotic things with your best friend in a free two-player update that’ll be coming September 23rd, according to Kotaku.

As you can see from the above trailer, having a second person around as the distraction makes for even more fun ways to trick the unsuspecting members of your community as you steal, pillage, and destroy their lunches. Friendship makes everything taste sweeter. Even … virtually assigned bullying.

Since it was released last year, Untitled Goose Game has become one of the most popular games on the Nintendo Switch. By the end of 2019, the game managed to sell more than a million copies and became an Internet meme, which as we all know is the biggest way to judge your success online.

The entire Indie World showcase was a fantastic way to highlight and support smaller game developing houses. I for one look forward to playing Hades because it looks deliciously fun and hammy. Plus Greek mythology. Check please.

Not to mention I like the idea of “death” being built into the gameplay, allowing you to gain some advantages for losing as a prince of the dead. I will absolutely be checking it out this fall, which seems … so close considering summer felt like a drop in the bucket of time.

ANYWAY! You can check out the full showcase in the video link below to start getting excited for all the upcoming independent games for Switch. Goose-related and otherwise.

(via Kotaku, image: House House/Panic Inc)

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