One time, when I was watching one of those trashy reality talk shows, their subject for the day was body modification enthusiasts. There was a dude that had horns embedded in his head and eye sclera mods because, and I quote, he wanted to be “half-man, half-goat.” I don’t know if that guy still has that dream, but if he did, he’d be interested to know about the Human Goat in Goat Simulator 3. Speaking of, here’s how to get Human Goat in Goat Simulator 3.
How To Get Human Goat in Goat Simulator 3
The Human Goat is a skin for your goat in Goat Simulator 3, also known as “Capra Erectus” and “The Superstar.” Despite being a human instead of, y’know, a goat, he plays identically to your usual goat aside from his obvious difference in size and stature. He can punch stuff instead of headbutting, attach himself to things by licking, and start ragdolling with the press of a button. If his flowing brown beard and billowed white pants look familiar, the Human Goat is in a deliberate likeness of a particular individual whose name I’m not at liberty to say.
Unlocking the Human Goat is a fairly simple process. You don’t need any kind of special items or abilities, you just need to know where to look for him. And where that is is Libertarian Island, located on the game map’s most northwestern point. The place you need to go is on the southeast shore of the island under some mountains and above a cliff.
Finding the Superstar
In this particular spot, you should find what looks like a small stone gate embedded in the cliff wall. The front of the gate is blocked off by a large boulder, but all you have to do is stand in front of it and Baa at it. A halo will descend from the sky, lifting the boulder and clearing the way.
Enter the tomb to find the Superstar on a stone slab, surrounded by fish and loaves of bread (hardy har har). Walk right up and give him a good headbutt to wake him up. One brief flash of light later, you’ll be in control of the Human Goat, with Capra Erectus added to your Gear menu to enable and disable at your leisure. Unlocking the Human Goat will also reward you with the “San Angora: Become Human” achievement.
Only within the confines of Goat Simulator could I see a grown man running around acting like a goat could anyone react normally. Maybe it’s better I never saw that half-man, half-goat guy again…