Goat Simulator Coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360

The worlds dumbest game is coming to your living room.


Goat Simulator, which developer Coffee Stain Studios calls the "world's dumbest game," is headed to Xbox One and Xbox 360 this April, Microsoft has announced.

"You no longer have to imagine what it is like to cause as much destruction as possible as a goat," Microsoft said. "Soon you’ll be able to pick up a controller and take on the world as a goat, racking up points as you destroy the world around you, using your insanely long tongue to drag people and objects to their demise."

Goat Simulator puts players in the role of a realistic-looking goat who can explore his open-world environment and cause ridiculous amounts of havoc.

What started off as a silly demo quickly became an internet sensation, and eventually a full game with a full, retail and mobile releases, and a series of content updates including a free, MMO-inspired expansion.

The Xbox versions of the game are being developed by Double Eleven, which has previously developed Frozen Synapse Prime, as well as the PC ports of several PixelJunk games.

Microsoft has yet to say when exactly in April Goat Simulator will hit the Xbox platform or what the game will cost. On PC, the game currently costs $10.

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