Game Developer, Armin Ibrisagic, stated,
Ibrisagic then added,
“I think Steam will always be our primary source of income,but it might be fun for people to show off Goat Simulator in their game shelves at home, and we might reach a target group that we usually wouldn’t reach, which is always fun.
“I can just imagine a mom seeing it in a store and being like ‘Oh, Goat Simulator, that sounds like a fun game where you take care of farm animals, little Timmy will love this!’ and the next day when they’re having dinner, Timmy’s like ‘Mom, this food is penis shaped.'”
Goat Simulator will release across retail stores in mid-July for $9.99 and includes the game’s last major content patch, patch 1.1., which brings local multiplayer to the game, alongside new goats and game modes. The game, which originally released digitally in April, also allows users to make their own goats, levels and missions using Steam Workshop.
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