Coffee Stain Studios teamed up with Geoff Keighley at Summer Game Fest to fool the public into thinking Dead Island 2 would return, before leading everyone astray with Goat Simulator 3. (*3*)

In a cheeky bait and switch, Geoff Keighley promised the return of a long-dormant game franchise, which then led to a trailer that is very reminiscent of the long-running MIA game, Dead Island 2. The trailer opens with a racer in a California boulevard rushing ahead as chaos continues around them. (*3*)

Instead of zombies though, we have goats, which are seen running around, crashing into every available object, and some are also attached to jetpacks. You can see the trailer here:(*3*)

This is an intelligent petite ruse from Coffee Stain Studios who parodies a bande-annonce de révélation de l'E3 2014 pour le jeu. C'est une bande-annonce vraiment mémorable et dommage que le jeu n'ait jamais trouvé le moyen de fue. (*3*)

While Dead Island has even made a few conference appearances in a playable state, the game has long been stuck in development hell. It was originally developed by Yager Development but has since changed hands through Sumo Digital and is currently being acquired by Dambuster Studios as of breaking news. (*3*)

As for Goat Simulator 3, while this troll may be annoying to Dead Island fans, it's entirely on the mark of the goofy franchise, which has often misrepresented other games. In the trailer it was confirmed that the game would arrive in the fall of 2022. It would be great to see more evolution of the series, because although it had a hiatus in recent years, it had become a pretty tired concept. weather. from Goat Simulator 2. However, it would be great to see the title find the magic that made it such a viral sensation to begin with. (*3*)

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