Goat Simulator 3

How to Fix the Harvester in Goat Simulator 3

How to Fix the Harvester in Goat Simulator 3

Developed by Coffee Stain North, Goat Simulator 3 is back again for the platforms of Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The action video game was released on 17th November, and players are still exploring all the havoc that they can cause as a goat in the game. However, In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to fix the Harvester in Goat Simulator 3.

How to Help Fix the Harvester in Goat Simulator 3

As a goat, you can be the bringer of chaos in the world of San Angora, or you can be of some help. There are quests in the game where you will be able to help out the humans in the warehouses, for example. One of these quests is to help fix the harvester, so let’s find out how to do it.

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The first thing you will need to do is make your way to the barn where the harvester is. The name of the quest is ‘Tis the Season for Harvest, and you will be able to fix the harvester and save the harvest in a few simple steps.

Once you enter the barn, you will see the harvester in the middle of it which is a green vehicle that looks like a tractor. A farmer will be working on it, however, it doesn’t seem to be helping in fixing the vehicle. 

However, you can help them easily by using your goat powers. Lick the equipment at the corner of the barn and drag it to the vehicle. Next, make your way up to the first floor of the barn through the stairs where there are two pieces of rope holding a part of the harvester above. Use your horns to headbutt the rope holders on either side of the balcony and you will be able to drop the item down onto the harvester below.

Once that’s done, the harvester will be fixed and the quest is complete. You will now be able to use the harvester as a vehicle to get around as well.

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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