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Ensure no NPC has a silent night with free festive items arriving today in Goat Simulator 3

Embrace caprine chaos this holiday season. Deck the halls with a Lights Machine Gun, wrap NPC’s into presents, start snowball fights and more!

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Coffee Stain North, Coffee Stain Publishing and PLAION are pleased to share poetic seasons greetings as they release their first content update for Goat Simulator 3, AKA “The Mandatory Holiday Update”.
Launched on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation and PC (exclusively on Epic), players can now take to the streets of San Angora with nine new items designed to forcibly spread some holiday ‘cheer’.
Revealing the new items, arriving in-game today, Santiago Ferrero, Creative Director at Coffee Stain North said:
“‘Twas the night before Christmas (or actually a couple weeks prior) and the state of San Angora was a little bit dire. The city was in ruins, the peace had been shaken - all by some goats with chaotic determination.
“In town the four goats stood when all of a sudden, ridiculously festive things started to happen. Upon one’s back a sleigh with sacks magically appeared, turning props and people into presents - how weird!
“Out of the sky and just like that, snow started falling on one goat as they put on a red Santa hat.  Equipped with a cannon which shot christmas lights a-twinkling, each building, tree and hall were decked with wires a-blinking.
“A goat disguised as an elf from head to hoof, threw snowballs which turned into snowmen on each and every roof. Wearing Christmas jumpers, Swedish crowns and even a Menorah on their head, the festive foursome were ready to paint the town red.
“Continuing their mayhem the goats took to the road, the people could only hope they wouldn’t visit their abode. With flying snowballs, presents and buildings glistening with light, thanks to the goats of San Angora there would be no silent night.”
For those looking for a non-lyrical (aka Baa-h Humbug) lowdown of what’s coming to Goat Simulator 3 today, players can look forward to getting their hooves on: 

  • Santa Hat - Create your own personal flurry. A passive ability which makes snow fall only around the player.
  • Elf Hat - Give goats the power to throw snowballs! Build snowmen by throwing multiple snowballs on the ground.
  • Elf Tunic and Elf shoes - Complete the look of Santa’s bestest helper.
  • Sack & Sleigh - Launch festive paper to wrap props and NPCs into presents.
  • Lights Machine Gun - Deck the halls by placing Christmas lights (almost) anywhere.
  • Lucia Crown - Celebrate the holiday season the Swedish way!
  • Christmas Sweater - Because even goats need at least one ugly Christmas jumper.
  • Menorah Horns - Happy Hanukkah!

For more information on all things Goat, head to the official Goat Simulator 3 website.

Goat Simulator 3 is available right now on PC via the Epic Games Store, as well as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
Goat Simulator 3 Goat in a Box Edition which contains more Goat Simulator 3 branded items is also purchasable right now. You can check local retailers for availability! Also see the full list of contents below:
Goat Simulator 3 Goat in a Box Edition
Physical contents: (Copy of the game, Custom Goat Box, Goat Plushie, Steelbook,3 Postcards, Double Sided Poster, Game & Soundtrack Discs)
Digital contents:(Pre-Udder Gear, Remastered Skins and Gear, Digital Soundtrack, 3D Printing Files)


About Goat Simulator
Goat Simulator 3 is a direct sequel to Goat Simulator, a silly game that started life as an April Fool’s joke born out of a game jam. In 2014, Goat Simulator became a true goat simulation sensation, selling millions of units across consoles and PC, as well as ‘earning’ ports to Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and most-recently Apple Arcade.
Goat Simulator 3 builds on everything fans of the first game loved, raising the baa to brand new heights (sometimes literally). Goat Simulator 3 is now live on PC exclusively on the Epic Games Store, as well as Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5.

About Coffee Stain Studios
Coffee Stain is a game developer, publisher and investor with offices in Skövde, Stockholm, Malmö, Trollhättan and Gothenburg. Founded in 2010, Coffee Stain is responsible for Goat Simulator, the Sanctum Games, A Story About My Uncle, Huntdown, and Satisfactory, currently in Early Access. Coffee Stain is also the publisher of popular games such as Deep Rock Galactic, Valheim, and Midnight Ghost Hunt, made by external developers. To support diversity in the industry, Coffee Stain launched Leveling the Playing Field (LTPF) which offers funding to smaller and start-up development teams where at least half of employees are underrepresented minorities. 
To find out more about partnerships and opportunities with Coffee Stain, visit the official website or follow Coffee Stain on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Youtube.
 About PLAIONPLAION is a leading independent developer and producer of games and entertainment products, with ten development studios and five publishing units based all over the world. Founded in 1994 as Koch Media, PLAION offers a unique breadth of services and solutions, dynamically growing its business to push ourselves and our partners to the forefront in all the segments we operate in.

PLAION runs a multi-label strategy, with fully owned publishing units, such as Deep Silver, Prime Matter, Milestone, Vertigo Games and Ravenscourt, publishing games for consoles, PC and VR platforms across all physical and digital channels.

Additionally - as a global publishing partner - PLAION has formed long-term multinational publishing collaborations with numerous game publishers including Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, Capcom, Focus Multimedia, Giants Software, Koei Tecmo, Paradox, Sega, SNK, Square Enix, Techland, THQ Nordic, Tripwire, Warner Bros and many others.

With its parent company in Höfen, Austria - and the HQ in Munich, Germany - PLAION owns local publishing companies in Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Australia, the United States as well as Japan and Hong Kong.

PLAION owns ten game development studios: Deep Silver Volition (Champaign, IL, USA), Deep Silver Dambuster Studios (Nottingham, UK), Fishlabs (Hamburg, DE), Warhorse Studios (Prague, CZ), Milestone (Milan, IT), Voxler (Paris, FR) , DigixArt (Montpellier, FR), Flying Wild Hog (Warsaw, Kraków, Rzeszów, PL), Free Radical Design (Nottingham, UK) and Vertigo Games (Rotterdam, Amsterdam, NL). Additionally, PLAION collaborates with numerous independent development studios around the world.

Part of PLAION is also PLAION PICTURES, a leading independent film distributor in Europe with a library of more than 1.400 titles. Further business operations include Sola Media, a sales agency and production company for family entertainment, Spotfilm Networx, a multi-channel streaming network, and a sub-label dedicated to Japanese animation.

PLAION also owns the leading video game merchandise company DPI Merchandising (Denver, Roseburg, USA and Munich, DE) and a Quality Assurance Facility in Olomouc, CZ.

PLAION is an Embracer Group company.

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