Goat Simulator 3

How to Become the President in Goat Simulator 3

How to Solve the Run for President Event in Goat Simulator 3

Goat Simulator 3 is back again with the shenanigans, and this time it’s on an even larger scale. You will be able to do great things as a goat if you really want to, such as running for president. If politics is something that interests you, then you should try this one. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to become the President by competing the Run for President Event in Goat Simulator 3.

How to Solve the Run for President Event in Goat Simulator 3

In the fictional island of San Angora, a goat runs loose and destroys everything wherever it goes. That goat is you. There are several events that you can complete in this game, and one of them is the Run for President Event. If you are looking to finish this event in Goat Simulator 3, then look no further because we have a guide for you right here.

The first thing you will need to do is reach the quest area, which is in the eastern part of the Downtown area, as displayed in the image above. The description of the event will be shown to you immediately upon arrival. As it says, you will need to “Win the election.” All you need to do to begin the event is to step up onto the stage.

Once you are on stage, the next part of the quest will begin where you need to “Influence the voters.” As you are a goat, you will be able to interact with things mainly by licking. So, you will need to grab the closest person by your tongue and drag them to the blue voting booth on the left of the stage. This is how they are going to be influenced, and vote for you.

You will need to get eight votes to win, and if you want to take the easy way, you can simply drop the same person over and over again. Now, you have completed the event and you are the president.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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