Goat of Duty’s Closed Beta Opens May 9th to 13th PC 

34bigthings’ new shooter will soon be available for players to try, Torino, May 7, 2019 - Last week, 3BigThings and Raiser Games announced Goat of Duty, a frantic first-person arena shooter where players fight against one another as goats, armed to the hooves with vicious weapons.

Today, we announce the Goat of Duty Closed Beta, lasting from May 9th to May 13th. Players will be able to try three different maps, challenge their friends and enemies in Free-For-All mode, and wear five different costumes in order to determine who is the deadliest and most glamorous goat of them all.

An official Discord game server will be up and running by that time, allowing players to discuss strategies, provide feedback straight to the developers, and will be more than welcome to post tons of silly screenshots of their matches. The server will also function as a communication channel on the game’s progress as it nears release.

What is Goat of Duty? Inspired by classics like Quake and Unreal Tournament with a much needed icing of sillines on top, players control uber-trained, cute and deadly killer goats beating the snuff out of each other in hazard-filled arenas by means of regular, exotic, and just plain weird weaponry - such as guns shooting rotating saws, bouncing grenade balls, and furious headbutting. Players cannot increase stats, attributes, loadouts or perks, but can dress their goat with dozens of costumes inspired by pop and gaming culture icons, making the game even more bizarre and amusing.

In Goat of Duty is a fast-paced multiplayer shooter where goats armed to the horns bleat face to face in a relentless deathmatch. Ram and troll your friends, don the craziest goatstumes, and put your skills to the test in the quirkiest FPS ever. Are you ready to become the GOAT of goats?

Features for Goat of Duty include:
  • Goats armed to the hooves with outlandish, weird (and destructive!) weapons.
  • Intense, super-fast, 2-to-10 player matches filled to the brim with explosions, silliness, and goats climbing steep ledges.
  • Crazy Goatstumes and dances to brag about with your friends.
  • Tons of maps full of craziness and hazards.
  • Four game modes: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and two Goat of Duty exclusives (stay tuned!).
In the grim darkness of the distant future, there are only goats.

It all started with a freak nuclear accident that gave all goats the necessary intelligence to quickly overthrow their human owners with their powerful rams, high jumps, and ear-blowing bleats. No, wait, that wasn’t it. The goats were intelligent from the very beginning, but since they had no thumbs, they waited patiently for humanity to develop automated robots capable of producing what they needed in order to... No, that doesn’t work either. In an alternate universe, goats are the mightiest warriors of the...

OK, look, we admit it. There’s no lore here. You are a goat. You’re armed to the teeth (well, the horns). There are other goats out there who want to kill you. It’s as simple as that. Now go out there and show 'em what you’ve goat.

Goat of Duty is a fast-paced and intense multiplayer first-person shooter, and that’s pretty much all you need to know. No nonsense: no need to master a convoluted metagame, learn different characters, combine skills, strategic team play... just devilish combat arenas, powerful weapons, and fast-paced action. Well, and lots of silly humor, crazy goatstumes (skins), and goat mechanics for you to troll your friends to your heart’s content!

"We cannot wait for players to join us in this new, hilarious experience” says Valerio Di Donato, 34BigThings’ CEO. “We had a blast putting this game together, and it’s going to be even better once the community steps in.”

Official History

About 34BigThings
Est. 2013, 34BigThings is one of the biggest independent game studios in Italy. Born out of sheer passion and self-sustained throughout, it's a variegated group of game developers making games they love in a laid-back working environment. Having worked on a plethora of external projects, they released a bunch of games on all major platforms. Learn more at 34bigthings.com.

About Raiser Games
A talented team of veterans and newcomers alike, members of Raiser Games have published over 200 games from 17 different countries for PC, consoles and mobile devices, both digitally and physically.

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