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Goat of Duty Free Weekend on Steam

Indie developer 34BigThings along with publisher Raise Games have set the herd loose in Goat of Duty on Steam with a Free to Play weekend.

Veteran arena shooter gamer’s will quickly recognize that Goat of Duty was inspired by classics such as Quake and Unreal Tournament. Now with this game, the arena shooter has evolved into a higher lifeform, the goat.

The gates are open and it’s time to herd in new players for goat on goat bleating action. Players are encouraged to grab their friends and join in on the fast-paced total mayhem in the hazard filled arenas. Use any of the assorted weird, exotic, or plain old-fashioned weaponry to eliminate both friends and foes. From bouncing grenade balls off walls to furious headbutting, Goat of Duty has the players covered in total hilarious action.

It sounds obvious, but we want to get as many people playing Goat of Duty as we can, and a free weekend on Steam is the ideal way to bring in fresh – and rather fluffy – meat, as it were. What’s more, we want to make sure those free players feel like they can jump into play longterm for the best price possible, and so the 40% sale enables us to deliver value for all those players who charge through our gates this weekend.

Ivano Zanchetta, Game Director

Recently the developer released their first major Community Update that brought in frequently requested features from the growing fanbase. Most noted is the addition of the GOAT Points based ranking system and leaderboards that includes global and per game mode.

Goat of Duty is available on Steam free to play weekend runs until 4PM ET / 1PM PT Sunday, December 8, 2019. The game is regularly priced at $9.99 USD and a special 40% off promotion discounting the game down to $5.99 USD runs until December 15, 2019. Players are encouraged to join the official Goat of Duty Discord server to learn more.

Goat of Duty Official Launch Trailer | Raiser Games

34BigThings (@34bigthings Twitter) was founded in 2013. Currently 34BigThings is one of the biggest independent game studios in Italy. Based in Turin the studio was born out of the sheer passion and self-sustained throughout as the dedicated group of developers make games they love on all major platforms.

Raiser Games (@RaiserGames Twitter) is made up of a team of talented industry veterans and newcomers that have published over 200 games from 17 different countries for PC, consoles, and mobile devices.