The goat-centric sensation, Goat Simulator, will be getting a patch that adds some new features.

According to a tweet from Goat Simulator's creators, Coffee Stain Studios, Patch 1.1 will be arriving sometime in May. The patch will include a brand new playable map for players to test out goat physics and lick everything in sight, as well as local splitscreen multiplayer. We're not sure if anyone can handle all that goat goodness.

Goat Simulator started life as a game jam project, but soon started to take on a life of its own, culminating in the game's release on Apr. 1. The game puts you in the cloven hooves of a goat, ready to tear around town and get into trouble thanks to the magic of physics.

Not much else was revealed for the patch, but we'll update you if more information is released.