Goat Simulator Hits Xbox One With "Millions of Bugs"

Developer says to expect plenty of bugs and physics issues; they're only fixing the major ones.

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Following its release last year for PC and iOS, wacky be-a-goat game Goat Simulator is now available for Xbox One. The game--developed by Double Eleven (Limbo ports) and original creator Coffee Stain Studios--launched Friday, and is available now for $10.

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"You no longer have to fantasize about being a goat, your dreams have finally come true," reads a line from the game's official description."

In terms of gameplay, Goat Simulator has players causing as much mayhem and destruction as possible while playing as a goat. It uses a scoring system that bears a resemblance to the Tony Hawk skateboarding series. But, "instead of being a skater, you're a goat, and instead of doing tricks, you wreck stuff."

Double Eleven also warns that Goat Simulator for Xbox One contains "MILLIONS OF BUGS!" and other physics issues. The studio only plans to fix the major, game-breaking bugs--which makes sense, given that the bugs and oddities are part of the charm.

Goat Simulator won't take up much space on your hard drive, as it's only a 878.25 MB download. For a closer look at the Xbox One version of Goat Simulation, check out some images in the gallery below.

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