Fall Guys Gets Some Food-Based Competition, But It's Only F2P In Early Access
Have you ever looked at Fall Guys and thought, "Man, this game would be even better if I were a burrito... or a cupcake. Oh! And maybe if it's all orchestrated by an angry piece of broccoli, that would be good too."? No? Okay, well, someone apparently did. In this case, that someone would be Boros Bros, the developers responsible for Bro Falls: Ultimate Showdown.
Bro Falls entered early access on June 25, and is (currently) available as a free-to-play offering. We say currently because while the "Genre" section of the game profile on Steam does include "Free to Play" as a tag, the Early Access FAQ has something a bit different to say about it. Under the question "Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?" the answer is "Now it's FREE TO PLAY but the Price will be increased at the time of full release."
So, if this is your kind of thing, you'll probably want to go ahead and grab Bro Falls: Ultimate Showdown before Early Access ends and the free-to-play status potentially changes.
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