[Editor’s note: The report sourced in this news piece has since been corrected in a follow-up on October 3, 2019.]
Untitled Goose Game will launching on platforms other than the Nintendo Switch and PC in the near future.
In an interview with ABC News, the studio House House said it wants to release Untitled Goose Game on other platforms.
The game has already unseated The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, as the most downloaded game on the Nintendo Switch’s eShop. As a result of the success, the studio is moving forward with plans to bring the title to more devices:
“The team now hopes the Untitled Goose Game will be rolled out onto the Playstation and Xbox platforms where it could reach a wider audience.”
We're still chewing on this. It'll take a lot of design work to make a version that works good for touch controls!
— Cabel (@cabel) October 1, 2019
Additionally, the game’s publisher, Panic, mentioned that an iPhone version is in consideration. On House House’s website, Untitled Goose Game is expected to hit Steam, Itch.io, and the Mac App Store in 2020. No definitive timeline for a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One version has been announced yet.
Untitled Goose Game was originally unveiled back in 2017 and offers a mix of elements from the puzzle and stealth genres. As such, it was also inspired by games such as Hitman and Metal Gear Solid.