The recent trend of “buy a game on the Epic Games Store, get a free Fortnite skin” continues with Goat Simulator 3, which will offer the “One Goat” skin in Battle Royale for all goat mayhem game pre-orders and purchases. .
A trailer for the collaboration shows Pligor, one of Goat Simulator 3’s main agonist goats, getting ready for her turn in Fortnite with an ’80s-style workout montage. She is seen lifting a tractor with her teeth (with the farmer holding on for dear life), running around with tires strapped to his back, and building a chair that transfers his consciousness directly into the game.
Anyone who pre-orders or purchases the game between now and September 29, 2023 on the Epic Games Store, including those who have already done so, will have the A Goat skin added to the same Fortnite account that was used to purchase the game from today at 8 a.m. Pacific time / 11 a.m. Eastern time. Non-PC players or those who do not wish to play through the Epic Games Store can purchase the A Goat skin from the Fortnite Item Shop on November 26.
“We now know that Pilgor from Goat Simulator 3 looks different in his Fortnite ‘A Goat’ form,” Coffee Stain North lead artist Elin Hamburg said in the official statement, “but our signature approach to hyper-realism just didn’t fit.” in this bright and colorful game. His arrival in this new world meant giving him a Fortnite twist and muscles.”
The “A Goat” Fortnite skin follows Borderlands’ Ezio Auditore and Psycho as Fortnite skins available to those who purchased Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Borderlands 3 respectively on the Epic Games Store. Ezio was made available separately, however Psycho has not yet been made available in the Fortnite Item Shop.
Fortnite is available for free on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC and mobile devices. Goat Simulator 3 will be released on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC via the Epic Games Store on November 17.
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