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Goat Simulator trots to Xbox One, Xbox 360 in April (update)

Coffee Stain Studios' Goat Simulator will make its console debut next month when the "kid"-friendly action game launches on Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Microsoft announced today with a trailer.

Microsoft originally announced during Gamescom 2014 that Goat Simulator was on its way to Xbox One. Double Eleven is developing the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions, and will self-publish both of them.

You can check out the brief trailer above, in which a goat becomes acquainted with an Xbox One. Coffee Stain launched Goat Simulator on Windows PC in April 2014, and on Linux and Mac in June. For more, check out our article on the game's bonkers backstory: It takes place in Purgatory.

Update: A representative for Double Eleven clarified that the studio is developing both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of Goat Simulator on its own, and added, "We worked closely with Coffee Stain to ensure that we made a faithful reproduction." Double Eleven will be self-publishing the game on both platforms. We've edited the article to reflect this.

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