Not too long ago, we announced that Goat Simulator would be receiving a retail release in the UK. A boxed version of the bizarre farm animal simulator was awesome news, but North American gamers were still relegated to the digital release. Now, Deep Silver has revealed that they've acquired the North American distribution rights for Goat Simulator, so the retail festivities can begin. Or continue, I suppose. The game's been out for a while.
You'll be able to pick up Goat Simulator for $9.99 at participating retailers by mid-July, and it will ship with the content from patch 1.1. This includes the ability to ride a bike or a skateboard, a new map, and local four-player split screen multiplayer. In addition, Capture the Flag, Racing Mode, and Ragdoll Hockey are included.
For that price and the additional content, I'd say it's worth purchasing again. Especially if you need a quick laugh.
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