What you need to know
- Untitled Goose Game is a goose simulator on Nintendo Switch and PC.
- It launched a few weeks ago to a phenomenal response from gamers.
- The Xbox One version is now available now.
- Untitled Goose Game is part of Xbox Game Pass.
A few weeks ago, a game called Untitled Goose Game launched on the Epic Games Store and Nintendo Switch. Since then, it's become of of the most popular titles on both stores. The game's premise is quite simple. It's a lovely morning in a village and you're a horrible goose. Untitled Goose Game is essentially about a goose let loose on an unsuspecting populace. Make your way around town, from gardens to the shops, setting up pranks, stealing hats, honking a lot, and generally ruining everyone's day.
Xbox One owners have been waiting patiently for the game since then and the day they can experience it is finally here. You can buy it at the discounted price of $15 for the next two weeks or access it through Xbox Game Pass. Xbox Game Pass is a monthly subscription service that gives you access to Untitled Goose Game and over 200 other titles for $10 a month. If you're into multiplayer experience, you can bundle Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass for PC, and Xbox Live Gold into one package for $15 a month.
If you're an Xbox One X owner, the game runs at 4K resolution on the console and looks like a painting in motion. You should definitely play it on a 4K display to take advantage of everything it has to offer.
Ruin the gardener's day
Untitled Goose Game is a slapstick-stealth-sandbox, where you are a goose let loose on an unsuspecting village. Make your way around town, generally ruining everyone's day.
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