Curve Digital Signs Goat Simulator Designer's Just Die Already

Published: June 16, 2020 9:00 AM /


The OAP protagonist causes havoc in Just Die Already

Curve Digital has signed up to publish Goat Simulator designer Armin Ibrisagic's latest project, the recently announced Just Die Already. Described as a "manic sandbox", Just Die Already promises to continue the wacky vein of humor and irreverent physics-based anarchy of Goat Simulator's gameplay. It'll launch for PC sometime this summer.

Just Die Already casts players as an old-age pensioner who's looking to secure a place at the world's most luxurious retirement home. For some reason, getting a place at that home involves performing bone-breaking stunts and pushing your old, brittle body to its absolute limits. Curve's publishing director Simon Byron says Just Die Already will tick the same "not to be taken seriously box" as Goat Simulator did. You can check out the trailer for Just Die Already right here:

What's gameplay like in Just Die Already?

Ibrisagic and Curve Digital say that Just Die Already will be "filled to the brim with crazy tools and contraptions". Much like Goat Simulator, it's essentially an open-ended sandbox in which you and up to three friends can experiment with the environment and find out what makes it tick (or explode, as the case may be). If you loved Goat Simulator, it's looking very likely that this will be your bag as well.

Just Die Already launches for PC sometime this summer. If you're on the fence and yet to be launched off it by an exploding trombone, you can check out a playable demo on the game's Steam page, where you can also wishlist it for its full release. We haven't heard anything about a console release yet, although if Goat Simulator's success is anything to go by, it's likely. Watch this space for more info.

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