One of the oddest game success stories of recent years, Goat Simulator, will make its console debut in April on Microsoft's Xbox One and Xbox 360. The game was first announced as coming to the Xbox platform in August 2014.
Microsoft, and the game's developer Coffee Stain Studios, announced the April launch date today with a rather interesting live action trailer. So far, there's no word on what new content or features, if any, will be included in the Xbox ports, which were co-developed by Double Eleven. Coffee Stain Studios first launched Goat Simulator on the PC April 1, 2014 and we wouldn't be surprised if the Xbox versions will launch on that same day this year.
For those of you who might not know what Goat Simulator is about ... well, you get to control a goat who apparently is having a bad day. The game is set in an open world where you can have the goat run, jump, and bash into both objects and people. It even allows the player to lick things with the goat's tongue and drag objects around by attaching them to said tongue. You can actually earn points for this. Yep, it's that kind of a game.
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