Goat Simulator – Out 17th April

Goat Simulator arrives on Xbox April 17th! 

You will no longer have to imagine what it is like to cause as much destruction as possible as a goat. Soon you’ll be able to pick up a controller and take on the world as a goat, racking up points as you destroy the world around you, using your insanely long tongue to drag people and objects to their demise.

Double Eleven and Coffee Stain Studios were over the moon with the news and released a statement saying –

“We’re not quite sure how we made it to this point, about to release on Xbox One and Xbox 360, but as the saying goes ‘if you don’t want to know the answer to a question, don’t ask!’ So on that note, woo hoo!”

People have asked Double Eleven what’s so special about the Xbox editions of Goat Simulator, and they felt that they owed it to the Xbox community to give a robust response –

“The PC version melted the best gaming rigs out there with its bugs, crashes and well… sheer resource needed to power the goat simulation technology for just one goat. So the answer is in short that it actually works, and with more than one goat! It may ‘crash’, you may ‘fall out of the world’ but that’s part of the fun and in the end we got it to stop tinkering with the saved games of other titles installed on the same Xbox console so that’s a win. Thanks to some of the best technologists working on these Xbox editions we managed to get two goats running at the same time on Xbox 360 and with the mighty power of Xbox One we were able to get four (Quad) goats!”

From tomorrow the game is available on Xbox One, releasing via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program.

Click here to check out our review of all the goaty fun!

Also here is a video of how to get the Boulder of Death and Dodge This achievements –

And another for the Rymdskepp ¦ Rymden Achievement –

So happy headbutting and make sure you like our Facebook Page, join our Facebook Group and follow on Twitter for all the latest Xbox One news, reviews and competitions.

 

Hannah Nichols

Gamer, geek and mum of 2. Social Media Manager and occasional reviewer!

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