GamesRadar’s Dustin Bailey feels the heat as Goose Goose Duck, the cutthroat multiplayer social deduction game with more than 7.5 million downloads, sets the Steam charts ablaze after BTS’s  Kim Taehyung, better known as V, live streamed it. Goose Goose Duck is now available on PC via Steam, iOS and Android devices.

“Goose Goose Duck, a post-Among Us take on the social deduction genre, is suddenly one of the biggest games on Steam – and that popularity seems to have been kickstarted by a livestream from K-pop sensation V from BTS.”

“Goose Goose Duck (opens in new tab) launched in October 2021, well after the peak of Among Us fever had passed. It’s very similar to Among Us, right down to the visual style – except for the part where the crew of adorably stubby astronauts have been replaced by mischievous ducks. Its main advantage over its inspiration is an even bigger variety of game modes and options.”

“…in November, Goose Goose Duck started rising from its usual daily concurrent player peaks, which were in the 4k to 5k range. On November 18, it reached 10k. 25k on November 25. 50k on November 30. Today, December 6, that concurrent player count reached 166,452.”

“…Kim Taehyung, better known as V of BTS fame, playing Duck Duck Goose with fans on a November 14 live stream. The extremely sudden jump in popularity makes a lot more sense now. Dread it. Run from it. K-pop stans arrive all the same. And now, at the time of writing, Goose Goose Duck is the seventh-biggest game on Steam.”

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