Goat Simulator 3 Crossplay | Is There Cross-Platform?

Goat Simulator 3 Crossplay - Is There Cross-Platform?

Goat Simulator 3 is hitting its holiday stride and the city is getting covered in presents. Fans and new players alike have a new set of challenges to conquer this holiday season. This Epic Store exclusive might be fun to play on PC, but Goat Simulator 3 is also available on PlayStation, Switch, and Xbox One! Does Goat Simulator 3 have crossplay, so you can enjoy this ridiculous platformer with your friends? Or will you have to coordinate and buy it on the same console?

Is There Crossplay in Goat Simulator 3?

Is There Crossplay in Goat Simulator 3?

Unfortunately, as of the writing of this article, Goat Simulator 3 does not have crossplay. If you want to platform around the city with your friends, you will have to get it on the same console. The original Goat Simulator did not have multiplayer at all, so there is no guarantee that the newest entry will have cross-platform content.

The original Goat Simulator had no multiplayer at all, so the fact that Goat Simulator 3 has co-op at all is nice. Coffee Stain Publishing has produced multiple games with crossplay in the past, such as Valheim and Deep Rock Galactic. However, these crossplay titles are at least partially made by other studios. This is one of Coffee Stain’s first in-studio games with multiplayer. So, we don’t have a crossplay precedent for Goat Simulator 3.

Games like Valheim have gotten cross-platform content after release. It is entirely possible that, with a few updates, Goat Simulator 3 will get cross-platform play.

Sadly, there is no official news currently out by Coffee Stain about this game’s potential for cross-platform play. We will have to see if the game reaches that point over the course of a few months. However, we are not holding our breath. It is rare for games to gain cross-platform play after launch, especially if the studio doesn’t normally do that.

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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.