Untitled Goose Game released earlier this year as a delightfully quirky puzzle-adventure where you play as a horrible goose. The only thing more fun than a single horrible goose – two horrible geese!

On September 23, developer House House will add a free update to Untitled Goose Game that adds a two player local co-op mode. The update was announced during the Nintendo Indie World Showcase, along with a trailer (above).

Co-op will be available throughout the entire main campaign. Now two geese can get into the same shenanigans of harassing townsfolk, stealing items, and completing objectives.

Multiplayer is limited to local play. On Switch, the game can be controlled with a single Joy-Con half, so two players can play using a pair of Joy-Cons. On PC, you’ll need a controller in addition to one player using the keyboard and mouse.

Speaking of PC, Untitled Goose Game used to be exclusive to the Epic Games Store. That exclusivity is running out, and on September 23, it will be available on Steam and itch.io.

Untitled Goose Game is also getting a physical version in September, including an environmentally-friendly Lovely Edition from iam8bit.

Nintendo will be hosting a Twitter Q&A with developer House House on August 20 at 1 pm Pacific/4 pm Eastern. Fans can submit questions via twitter.

Untitled Goose Game is available on PC (Win, Mac), Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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