Goat Simulator Released for Xbox One and Xbox 360

By   /   Apr 20, 2015

Goat Simulator is indeed one of the weirdest games that have been made in a while now, but it has somehow managed to pull many of us into trying what it feels like to be a goat.

If you feel that way too, the game is now out on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

It originally released on Microsoft Windows on April 1, 2014 followed by a release to Linux and OS X on June 27, 2014 and a Steam release on September 16, 2014. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 release is the latest where the goats will be chewing.

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You no longer have to imagine what it is like to cause as much destruction as possible as a goat. Soon you’ll be able to pick up a controller and take on the world as a goat, racking up points as you destroy the world around you, using your insanely long tongue to drag people and objects to their demise.

The developers of Goat Simulator are also indicating that while you can always own a real goat, the ones you play with in an Xbox One are going to be much more fun:

You could always pool your money with friends and buy a real goat instead – they’re not that expensive – but you will be able to do a lot more with them on Xbox than you can in real life!

That being said, you can download the game from the Xbox Live right now and it is not going to ask for much of a space too, only 878.25 MB.

Will you be purchasing Goat Simulator?