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Goat Simulator Goes to Deep Silver for North America Distribution, Baa!

Posted on Friday, June 27 @ 12:00:00 Eastern by


Deep Silver, the publisher known for the Dead Island and Saints Row series, is following through with its ridiculously crazy trend by adding Goat Simulator from Coffee Stain Studios to its catalogue, because it baaaaadly needs it. Specifically, it has acquiring the North American distribution rights for Goat Simulator on PC, but that's baaaarely sexy word choice.

Described via press release as "possibly the funniest game in the history games, ever, forever," Goat Simulator will be available at retail in mid-July for $9.99 and comes with patch 1.1 which added bikes, skateboards, and four-player split-screen multiplayer.

If you haven't heard of Goat Simulator yet, check it out the headbutting absurdity on Steam while it's currently on sale during the Steam Summer Sale.
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