Goat of Duty just got three charitable DLC packs. The game's publisher Raiser Games announced that the packs will serve to cultivate funds to support doctors and nurses around the world. The DLCs are available for purchase right now.
Goat of Duty's publisher Raiser Games announced that they are launching three new DLC packs for the game. The packs are intended to raise funds to support doctors and nurses around the world tackling Coronavirus.
Half of the income generated by the sales of the new DLCs will be granted to the #COVID19Fund, a solidarity response fund created by the World Health Organization.
The decision to move forward with the charitable endeavour came after Goat of Duty’s free fortnight that was designed to encourage people to #StayAtHome had pushed the game over the 3 million players milestone.
The message the 34 Big Things & Raiser Games Teams have sent to the game’s growing community included a description of the DLCs as well as a link to WHO's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
The three DLCs are:
- DLC1: The full Goat of Duty soundtrack, which includes four songs and more than 300 bleats recorded by the developers. Price: €/$2.99 or £2.69
- DLC2: Three 4K exclusive wallpapers, an exclusive #Covid19Fund cover, and the original Goat of Duty cover. Price: €/$1.99 or £1.69
- DLC3: The official Goat of Duty Artbook. Price: €/$2.99 or £2.69
All three forms of DLC are available for purchase right now.