A Goat Simulator 3 ad got taken down by way of Take-Two after it purposefully protected leaked gameplay from GTA 6.
An ad for Goat Simulator three featured some trollish antics traditional of the game itself, because it blanketed gameplay from the massive GTA 6 leak that emerged in advance this 12 months. It failed to take lengthy for GTA writer Take-Two to issue a DMCA word to take down the video.
The advert, which is presently unavailable, featured a humorous evaluation of an NPC named Shaun, who describes his responsibilities as taking walks around in circles, picking things up, and sitting on a bench. The GTA 6 clip comes overdue in the ad, when Shaun says that you could see him in a few “footage that was leaked a couple of months in the past.”
The reality that the Goat Simulator developers spoke back to the authentic tweet with the memetic “I’m in hazard” GIF from The Simpsons suggests that they possibly knew what they have been doing here. It remains to be visible if Take-Two will take further felony motion past just this DMCA word.
Goat Simulator three is the misleadingly titled sequel to the original Goat Simulator, a funny sandbox recreation that featured Tony Hawk Pro Skater-esque combinations and a whole lot of silliness. The recreation came out in November to lukewarm opinions.