Now, before you jump to any conclusion, only the goat from Goat Simulator could be making its way to Dota 2. No, not as a hero (what kind of skills would it have anyway?), but as a courier. Coffee Stain Studios, which is the developer of the hilariously buggy game, has already submitted this idea to the Steam Workshop.
However, in order for the goat to actually appear in Dota 2, players need to vote for it. That being said, considering how popular Goat Simulator is ever since it was launched back in April 2014 (on the 1st of April to boot), it might as well be implemented right away by Valve.
If you’re a Dota 2 player, you would know that the courier has two forms: the first form only travels on the ground, while the upgraded one can fly over terrain. When the goat is grounded, it looks (and acts) just like how it appears in Goat Simulator, aside from holding a bag of items with its tongue. Once it has been upgraded, it gains a jet pack. It even has a pretty cool death animation.
If you would like to see the goat from Goat Simulator make its way to Dota 2, you can vote for it at the Steam Workshop, which has more than 24,000 unique visitors at the time of writing.