#StayAtHome: Goat of Duty Getting New Charity DLCs

Also reaches three million players.

Goat of Duty
Goat of Duty

Publisher Raiser Games and developer 34 Big Things have today announced three new DLCs for parody FPS game Goat of Duty that will support the #COVID19Fund for doctors and nurses.

50% of the income received from the sales of the DLC packs will go to charity, with the DLC including the game’s soundtrack, wallpapers, and more.

Here’s what’s available:

DLC1: The full Goat of Duty soundtrack, which includes four songs and more than 300 bleats recorded by us, for €/$2.99 or £2.69
DLC2: Three 4K exclusive wallpapers, an exclusive #Covid19Fund cover, and the original Goat of Duty cover for €/$1.99 or £1.69
DLC3: The official Goat of Duty Artbook, €/$2.99 or £2.69

You can buy all the DLC right now from the game’s Steam page.

To coincide with the worldwide #StayAtHome campaign, Goat of Duty recently held a free fortnight that helped its total players reach a mightily impressive three million overall. That’s a whole lot of people enjoying a whole lot of nonsense.

The #COVID19Fund was started by the WHO and has raised $129,292,984 from over 223,000 donors at this time of writing.

While still in Early Access on Steam, Goat of Duty has recorded Very Positive reviews to date and is reportedly a right lark. Saying that, it would be very hard to mess up the promise of a goat deathmatch featuring giant axes and flamethrowers.

How about you? Goat what it takes to goat the distance?

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