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Untitled Goose Games’ Soundtrack Hits Streaming Platforms

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House House’s Untitled Goose Game soundtrack is now avaliable on major streaming platforms. This news came from Dan Golding, the official composer for the game’s tracks.

There is a rather jaunty and adaptive Untitled Goose Game soundtrack, which constantly adjusts to suit the mood. Every piece of music in-game is reactive, changing in intensity and shifting as you honk your way through a variety of situations. Also, all of the piano tracks featured in the game are adaptations of Claude Debussy’s turn of the 20th century preludes, but with a bit of whimsical flair.

The official Untitled Goose Game soundtrack includes fourteen tracks. Half of them are Golding’s regular adaptions of Debussy’s preludes. The other half will feature the more reactive arrangements that mirror how the music sounds in0game as you play. In addition, Golding has included two original tracks. The first is “Waltz For House House,” which was created for the PlayStation 4 menu. The second is titled “Untitled Goose Radio” and features all of the songs that play on the in-game radio, now in their original format.

Since its release, Untitled Goose Game has seen a lot of success. As of December 2019, it’s sold at least one million copies, letting the mayhem-loving Goose spread his wings and cause trouble all around the world. Additionally, Untitled Goose Game has been released on multiple platforms, including the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. It’s safe to say that the Goose has honked his way into many, many hearts.

The Untitled Goose Game soundtrack can be found on services like Spotify and iTunes. The game can be found on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Mercedez Clewis
Mercedez is a Japanese to English translator and a glasses-wearing, cardigan-loving gamer with a passion for visual novels, Etrian Odyssey, and peaches. She'll be covering Japanese gaming news on the reg.