Multiplayer hijinks, new map join Goat Simulator in May

Those who have already exhausted the myriad ways to wreck stuff in Goat Simulator will be happy to hear that the game's first patch both squashes bugs and brings new content for your cloven-hooved avatar to destroy.

"Goat Simulator patch 1.1 adds local splitscreen multiplayer and a whole new playable map, coming in the middle of May," wrote Coffee Stain Studios in a recent tweet. The developer fails to offer any specifics on what this new map might contain or how the addition of a second goat might alter Goat Simulator's baffling gameplay, but we expect to hear more soon.

If you haven't already played Goat Simulator, you can grab the game from Steam for $10. Respected goat resource GoatFinder lists prices for actual, live goats from $75 to $500, so consider Goat Simulator a bargain-priced entry to the world of naughty livestock.
[Image: Coffee Stain Studios]

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