Goat standing on top of a hill in Goat Simulator 3
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How to Reach the Stratosphere in Goat Simulator 3?

Touch the sky.

Goat Simulator 3 features many events in the game. Most of the events and instincts are under the Quests tab of the game. However, there are a few unlisted achievements you can complete too. Apparently, you can complete an achievement by reaching the Stratosphere in the game. While it seems impossible, we are going to make it easy with this guide.

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How to Reach the Stratosphere in Goat Simulator 3?

For some context, Stratosphere is a way above the usual height which commercial planes fly in. So you know it’s very high. Reaching that height seems impossible in a fun game like Goat Simulator 3, but it’s possible.

Before we head in to the details, you need to get a jetpack for this achievement. Here is a guide on how to get a jetpack in Goat Simulator 3.

Goat with jetpack flying in the sky.
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Once you get the jetpack, find a spot clear of trees, building and other obstructions. Equip the jetpack and jump in the air. Make sure to angle the goat’s head in the sky’s direction. Use the jetpack to propel the goat upwards. You will have to get the timing of the entire sequence right to gain height.

Once you get everything right, the goat will keep flying in an upward direction and eventually reach the Stratosphere. Upon reaching the target, the goat will immediately respawn to a nearby city or town. You will get a notification for completing the achievement in the game.

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