Listen people, shit just goat serious. Your life was great, you rampaged through the city, flew a jetpack, shot humans with baseballs, went to outer space,..., basically you've had some goat old fun. But something has gone awry and your billy is now a threatened zombie goat that needs to eat in order to survive. Such is the tragic story follow-up to the original Goat Simulator, GoatZ.

Taking a few too many jabs at DayZ in its title, artwork, and description ("Completely realistic survival mode where you have to eat every damn five minutes to survive because Dean Hall & Garry Newman said so"), GoatZ is a survival horror game where your goat is facing chainsaw-yielding masked men, flipping in the air and kicking attackers, driving a car worse than in an Asphalt 8: Airborne scene, flinging green goo all over its enemies, and crafting items out of thin air. There are big scary elephants that stomp the ground too.

In traditional Goat Simulator manner, GoatZ promises lots of bugs, a poorly scripted story, a big map, and did I mention the bugs? They're part of the game's charm. Here's the trailer for your enjoyment:

GoatZ will be available tomorrow, May 7th, on Steam as an expansion pack for Windows, Mac, and Linux, but it's also coming to Android and iOS as a standalone game for $4.99 (the same price as the first Goat Simulator). You've goat one day to prepare yourself.

The game is available now.