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Goat Simulator 3 Launches November 17, 2022 | Pre Orders Open & Collector's Edition detailed

Draugoth

Gold Member

Goat Simulator 3 crashes onto PS/Xbox November 17
We asked Coffee Stain why they named the game Goat Simulator 3, and now everybody is confused:
We've also revealed a special collector's Goat In A Box Edition (currently available for pre-order in EU and ANZ regions only) for the ultimate goat enthusiasts. Pre-order now and you'll get your own little Pilgor toy to cuddle or keep in pristine condition in the attic and hope it will become valuable someday (Warning: It won't).

 
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IbizaPocholo

NeoGAFs Kent Brockman

We're sorry to reveal that Goat Simulator 3 has gameplay. Feast your eyes on the new trailer - featuring driving, explosions, goat yoga, and plenty of headbutting, of course.

Pre-orders for Goat Simulator 3 are open right now. Grab your copy on the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S now for a "pre-udder" treat.
 
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IbizaPocholo

NeoGAFs Kent Brockman

We played Goat Simulator 3 at Gamescom 2022 and we can't help but wonder how we got here. How did Coffee Stain Studios even table the original idea for this, let's say, unorthodox series? What about taking Garry's Mod-style ragdoll physics? Uh-huh. And throwing them into a game that's pretty damn buggy? Okay… And the protagonist is a goat. A goat? A goat. You've lost me.

The first Goat Simulator was such an unusual and unlikely prospect, that I can't imagine the pitch meeting to have gone any other way. Launched on April 1, 2014, everything about the sandbox wanton chaos-creator was tongue-in-cheek. It was never explained why we were tasked with guiding a nefarious goat around town, nor why mission goals – posed as optional achievements – ranged from bleating aloud on the spot to hopping over garden fences, and, naturally, zipping around the skies by jetpack. Goat Simulator 3, as you might expect, carries the joke forward, into the new age and onto the latest hardware. Filling the hooves of a goat dressed in six-inch stiletto black patent, spike-studded heels, an inflatable pig suit, and a balloon animal crown, I can confirm: it's still really entertaining.
 
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