Have you ever wanted to experience a world of insane physics and open-world destruction? Most importantly: have you ever wanted to experience that as a hyperactive goat?
Coffee Stain Games’ Goat Simulator, originally a game jam title that turned into a final release, has been announced to be heading to Steam on April 1st on the developer’s official site, in an FAQ regarding the game’s upcoming release.
Currently, the game is set to release on Windows, as the FAQ mentions from the developer that “We don’t have any plans for Mac/Linux support at this time, but if it’s requested a lot, we might add it after release.” Coffee Stain also mentioned that there will be no multiplayer in the game as the in-game physics and destruction “would synchronise terribly in multiplayer. With multiplayer, we’d have to remove 90% of the physics, all destructible objects and a lot of our favorite features.”
The developer also mentioned the possibility of adding in Steam Workshop support for players to develop their own mods and levels for the game, and to keep the goat hilarity rolling.
Goat Simulator releases through Steam for PC on April 1st, 2014.