Who would have thought that someone would be able to come up with a game that has the title “Goat Simulator“? It is certainly far fetched, but truth is certainly stranger than fiction at times. In fact, the Goat Simulator title which retails for $9.99 on steam, has taken off with aplomb, having word that an update to the title numbered 1.1 was tipped to launch in the middle of May. However, it seems that Goat Simulator update 1.1 will miss the May deadline, and instead settle for a June 3rd release, at least according to an announcement from developer Coffee Stain Studios which was made over Twitter as well as Facebook.
In Goat Simulator update 1.1, gamers will be able to gain access to an entirely new and playable map, not to mention indulge in local split-screen multiplayer that would enable up to a quartet of goats to enjoy the game simultaneously, with the ability to perform goat wall-running, which is the act of balancing your goat on its front legs. Apart from that, gamers would also gain the ability to ride bicycles and skateboards, not to mention forcing humans to ride your goat. New playable goats are also part of the upcoming update that will hopefully be able to keep the game fresh.
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