Coffee Stain North confirms the release date of Goat Simulator 3 with a short, funny and deeply disturbing new trailer.
The announcement of Goat Simulator 3 during Summer Game Fest shocked even fans of the original game. Not only because the second part doesn’t exist but also because developer Coffee Stein somehow managed to shake up the messiness of the original game. Coffee Stain also confirmed that the development of Goat Simulator 3 is at a surprisingly advanced stage. So much so that the team is now ready to announce a release date for the game.
At the time of the original announcement, Coffee Stain confirmed that Goat Simulator 3 would arrive in late 2022.
Now, via the game’s latest trailer, it’s been confirmed that the open-world action simulator will be released on November 17. As previously announced, it will be released for PC via the Epic Games Store, as well as next-gen consoles, including PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
A recent trailer for Goat Simulator 3 doesn’t really reveal anything new about the quirky game. However, it’s as funny as it is disturbing. The trailer revolves around many goats falling from the sky and shows an unhealthy amount of close-ups of the goats’ udders. These goats then fall on people on the island of Goat Simulator 3, who have absolutely no idea what’s coming next. In this respect, the trailer is a clear message (or threat) to fans of the series: watch the skies because the game is on its way!
With the announcement of the release date for Goat Simulator 3, Coffee Stain has opened up the opportunity to pre-purchase or pre-order the game on supported platforms. According to the developers, those who pre-order the game will receive a free in-game “Pre-Udder”, which Coffee Stain says is “exactly what you think it is”. The udders in the trailer show exactly what players can expect with their pre-order.
It is also possible to pre-purchase the Goat Simulator 3 Digital Downgrade Edition.
It’s packed with what Coffee Stain calls “random goat garbage”, but which is more accurately described as DLC, including various upgraded cosmetics and content from the original Goat Simulator. The DLC includes different Payday masks, MMO tank armour, space helmets and spacesuits, as well as 3D print files for Pilgor the Goat, Tony Shark, Goat Tower and Trinket. The Digital Downgrade Edition costs $39.99, $10 more than the regular edition.