Announcement Trailer for Goat Simulator DLC “Waste of Space” Revealed for PS4 (VIDEO)
PlayStation has revealed that the very positively receive Goat Simulator DLC “Waste of Space” will be making its merry way to PlayStation 4. It has been revealed on Steam for PC gamers since 2016 and, with over 200 reviews – it has had quite the success. For 5 dollars at regular price, that’s a tough deal to beat for new content. There are Easter eggs, pop culture references, and puns galore. You can even check some of them out for yourself in the announcement trailer below:
As a side note, players get to have intimate inter-species relations with human being. You know, if that’s your thing. It turns out they can wear some skimpy clothing for you too, including boob embellishments in the form of giant cupcakes. Alright, honestly, I have no idea what’s going on either. However, it is up to you to crowdfund and build a colony, delegating laborious work, making diplomatic choices, some not so diplomatic, and fighting off space pirates. Fly ships, gain access to new features on the colony, learn new skills, and have all sorts of fun.
According to all official pages of the Goat Simulator DLC, this is the largest map yet, and you’ll certainly be getting a lot of bang for your buck. There are a bunch of Star Wars references and parodies as well, including a rainbow light saber and the infamous “I am your father” scene. In the latter part, there are no humans involved, but there is a cow.
Goat Simulator: Waste of Space will launch March 21st, 2017 for PlayStation 4 – just a day away. If you’re interested in playing the game on PC, it is available to purchase via Steam and has been available since last year.
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