The goose can’t be stopped. The breakout hit Untitled Goose Game, which was previously available on PC and the Nintendo Switch, is now on its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The somewhat-delayed port — caused, no doubt, by a troublesome goose — will be available on December 17th. Meanwhile, the game will also be coming to Xbox Game Pass next week, according to Microsoft.
The game became a surprise hit back in September, thanks to its playful nature and unusual premise, in which you play a goose that spends its time messing around with villagers in a small town. There’s even a dedicated button just for honking at people. Here’s how The Verge’s Dami Lee described the game in her review:
You can duck, run, grab things with your beak, and flap your wings, which serves no real value to the game but is a fun, goose-like thing you can do. Unfortunately, you cannot jump, fling items at people, or fly, but your presence alone is enough to put everyone else on edge, which is a kind of power I appreciate.
If nothing else, the console port should be a good way for PS4 and Xbox One owners to relieve some of that inevitable holiday stress.
Update, 10:35AM ET: Added that the game will be coming to the Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass in addition to the PS4.