Raiser Games announced the launch of three new Goat of Duty DLCs, which are intended to raise funds to support nurses and doctors tackling the COVID-19 throughout the world. 50% of proceeds will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund created by the World Health Organization, which is searchable on Twitter via #COVID19Fund.
Online multiplayer shooter, Goat of Duty, was made available for free from March 17, 2020, through March 31, 2020, by Spanish publisher, Raiser Games, and Italian developer, 34BigThings as a part of the #StayAtHome campaign. The two organizations made the decision based on their own countries’ experiences with COVID-19. The campaign also grew the game’s player base to over three million players.
Raiser Games and 34 Big Things issued a joint statement that thanked all those who contributed to the fight against COVID-19 by staying at home and preventing the spread of the virus. They ended their statement with, “Safe to say, we are already very proud of all of you goating around this sensational multiplayer shooter! You are part of an amazing community and, if you choose to purchase one of these DLCs, we’ll all be doing our part to fight COVID19. “
DLC1 is the full Goat of Duty soundtrack, which includes four songs and more than 300 bleats recorded by the developers and costs $2.99. DLC2 consists of three 4K wallpapers exclusive to the DLC, a #Covid19Fund cover, and the original Goat of Duty cover. It costs $1.99. DLC3 is the official Goat of Duty Artbook and costs $2.99.
Goat of Duty has three new DLCs available now. Fifty percent of proceeds will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which was created by the World Health Organization. The DLCs are intended to raise funds to support doctors and nurses who are tackling COVID-19 worldwide. For more information on how to purchase the DLCs, visit the Goat of Duty Steam page.
Eileen is a writer and artist based in Westchester, NY. This creator of websites and human life has accomplished some things and visited some places. When not playing an unhealthy amount of Breath of the Wild, she enjoys playing Call of Duty and indie video games.