Goat Simulator Coming to PlayStation
Ben Sheene / Jul 15th, 2015 No Comments
Coffee Stain Studio‘s over-the-top Goat Simulator is making its way to PlayStation consoles on Aug. 11.
Developer and publisher Double Eleven announced the news on the PlayStation Blog today. Goat Simulator was originally released in 2014 for PC. Double Eleven collaborated with Coffee Stain Studios on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of the game which were released in April 2015.
Goat Simulator turns the world into a playground where players attempt to cause as much creative goat-related mayhem as possible. Equipped with rag-doll physics, destructible environments, and an insanely long tongue, the hapless goat is meant to be flung around in stylish and ridiculous ways to rack up points. So yes, the game is less about simulating the life of a real goat and more about turning the hooved beast into a wrecking ball.
In our review of Goat Simulator we praised the experimental gameplay, which made it both addictive and easy to laugh at. The PlayStation version of the game will debut GoatVR, which could possibly be the most realistic expression of a virtual reality simulation in a goat simulator yet. Local co-op is also enabled for two players on PS3 and four players on PS4.
Goat Simulator is a charming and fun game that doesn’t take itself too seriously. It will likely find a great home on PlayStation. The experience may not be drastically different from the PC and Xbox counterparts but it should raise interest in the growing goat simulator market.
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