Coffee Stain Studios announced today that Patch 1.1 for PC game Goat Simulator, which it calls the "world's dumbest game," will arrive on June 3. The huge patch introduces a host of updates and changes, including new goats, a new map, and a splitscreen multiplayer mode.
The update was previously expected to launch in May, but Coffee Stain Studios said it needed extra time to "shock players" and to ensure that the new map was "even better" than the original. Patch 1.1, which is free, includes the following:
- A new playable map that's about the size of the old map.
- Local splitscreen multiplayer for up to four players goats.
- The ability to wall-run and balance on your front legs.
- The ability to ride bicycles and skateboards.
- New playable goats like "Tornado Goat," "Shopping Goat," "Classy Goat," and "Repulsive Goat."
- Various optimizations, achievements, and "all kinds of other cool jazz."
Goat Simulator launched on April Fools' Day (of course) and is available today for $10. Another animal-focused simulation game, Bear Simulator, is in development. Creator John Farjay raised a whopping $100,000 through Kickstarter to make the game.