Goat Simulator 3 Reveals First Gameplay at Gamescom

A lot can be said about video games that allow players to do what they want, when they want, with little to no consequences. With Goat Simulator, players romp around various levels destroying homes, licking everything in sight, and headbutting anyone who stands in the way of the chosen goat, Pilgor. Goat Simulator 3 was featured at Gamescom 2022 with an action-packed trailer showcasing the best aspects of being a goat.

In traditional Goat Simulator fashion, there seems to be no end to the madness possible as fans get a fast-paced glimpse at the different styles of goat available to choose from with a wardrobe function, which includes shoes, hats, and outfits. Pilgor is then shown cavorting around quite a few different levels, sometimes with friends, and playing different games along the way. At the end of the trailer, it is revealed that the game is available for “pre-udder” and set to be released November 17, 2022.

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A scenic, winding camera tour of a quaint-looking farm turns into a closeup of Pilgor the goat, who gives a scream before the trailer launches into showcasing what makes Goat Simulator such a strange simulation game, including Pilgor getting swallowed by a whale and watching a banana mascot dance. There are a number of mini-games teased as well, with something that looks like the floor is lava, plenty of tractor launching, and even racing with other goats. The trailer continues onward in this fashion, only offering a momentary respite at a yoga studio, which is then promptly destroyed.

Even though there are new features and levels, some things stay the same between the two games, with the humans in the Goat Simulator world maintaining their ragdoll-like way of flopping around after getting in Pilgor’s way, honoring the purposefully terrible approach Goat Simulator has to physics. Coffee Stain Studios takes an outlandish standpoint on how it wants its simulators played, which is much in evidence with the sudden inclusion of a medieval setting in the Goat Simulator 3 trailer.

Given that there wasn’t a straight answer provided as to why Coffee Stain has jumped from Goat Simulator to Goat Simulator 3, skipping a sequel altogether, it might not come as that much of a surprise that the trailer was stuffed with wild improbabilities.

Goat Simulator 3 will be available to play November 17, 2022 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X.

Source: Gamerant

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