Goat of Duty is a fast-paced multiplayer shooter normally available for $9.99 on Steam Store. Raiser Games (Publisher) and 34BigThing (developer) announced that starting from today Goat of Duty game will be available for free on Steam until March 31st.
To acquire your free copy visit this Steam store page and hit the “Add Account” button.
That’s it, the game will be added to your Steam library and it’s yours to keep forever.
Raiser Games, the game publisher is giving away the game to encourage people to stay safe at home. This can stop the spreading of the COVID-19 virus.
Dear glorious goats,
We care for your well being and we want you to stay healthy and safe. As an Italian developer and a Spanish publisher ourselves, we are aware of how this situation can escalate in every part of the world. That’s why to keep you all entertained during these tumultuous times, we are joining with Steam to offer Goat of Duty for free during the following two weeks, between March 17th and March 31st.
About Goat of Duty Game:
This is a fast-paced multiplayer shooter where goats armed to the horns bleat face to face in a relentless deathmatch.
Are you ready to become the GOAT of goats?
- Goats. You are an armed goat fighting other goats. It doesn’t get any better than that!
- Experience intense deathmatch multiplayer battles for 2 to 10 goats
- Fast-paced gameplay: Goats are fast and nimble, after all; they can climb pretty much anything and jump really high.
- Old-school, no-nonsense shooter experience: Just you and your skills against your enemies!
- Wear crazy goatstumes, dance like a goat, and troll your buddies when you bleat them in combat!
- Four multiplayer modes: Classic free-for-all, Gun Deathmatch, Herd Wars (or team deathmatch for humans) and an original, new mode: the crazy Fus Ro Arena
- Explore a variety of crazy maps with different playstyles: Feel right at home on a futuristic farm, explore mountains in distant planets, survive the desert of the lambs, experience hair-raising fear at the horror well, wander adrift the space station, or encounter mind-boggling randomness at the medieval village — among others.