The aggressive goose simulator will hit the PS4 on 17 December, its developer has said.
The announcement came during Sony‘s State of Play news show, where it also announced the new remake of Resident Evil 3.
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Developers House House said in October – soon after the game became one of the most popular in the world, and a widespread meme – that the game would be coming to other consoles. It gave no more information about when it would arrive and didn’t even state definitively that it actually would.
House House also suggested that the game could come to the Xbox, but no release date has been immediately announced.
It is already available on Nintendo Switch and PC. It was released on those platforms in September, and grew hugely in popularity in the weks that followed.
It went on to become the best-selling game on the Switch, despite being created by a small studio and appearing with little marketing.
The announcement of arrival of Untitled Goose Game on PlayStation 4 comes just days after Australian developers House House endorsed Labour in the UK’s general election.