The Untitled Goose Game , an annoying goose simulator, will soon get a free two-player mode. The developers announced that a free update would be released on September 23, which will allow two players to play with two geese on the same screen, causing even more chaos. The game with a built-in multiplayer mode will be available on all platforms. Besides, the PC version, currently available exclusively on the Epic Games Store, will be available on Steam and Itch.

Untitled Goose Game is a 2019 puzzle stealth video game developed by Australian company House House. In the game, players control a goose who should bother the inhabitants of an English village, steal their things, and make their life miserable. You will have a to-do list to fulfill, and items get crossed out one by one as you complete the tasks from your depraved goose agenda.

House House also announced a merger with iam8bit and Panic Inc to release a physical edition of the game for Switch and PS4, and the vinyl version of the soundtrack. The releases will be on September 29, but pre-orders are already open. Switch version costs $40, and the PS4 edition costs $35.

Untitled Goose Game is Best Game of 2019 by GDC Awards 2020 and D.I.C.E. Awards. The number of copies sold in December 2019 exceeded one million.

Earlier, we wrote about a talented programmer who, inspired by Untitled Goose Game, developed a hilarious computer program that can destroy your computer, called Desktop Goose.