The popular free-for-all, massively multiplayer party game, Fall Guys, is now free for all. Get it?
From June 21, Fall Guys will be free on all platforms, including the introduction of Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and the Epic Games Store. The game will also be cross-play and cross-platform, allowing all your friends to play together and compete for the crown.
PlayStation and Steam players who already have a copy of Fall Guys will continue to receive all the usual updates. Lucky players that happen to have a PlayStation 5 will be able to enjoy a super spectacular new version of Fall Guys that will launch at the same time as the Nintendo Switch, Xbox and Epic Games Store versions. This will bring players faster load times and other performance upgrades. Much like Rocket League's F2P transition though, going free means you will no longer be able to get the game on Steam as the F2P launch comes with an exclusivity deal with the Epic Games Store.
Players who love exclusives more than a free game can still purchase Fall Guys before the free June 21 launch and receive a new Legacy Pack. The box of delights will contain a nickname, nameplate, the Regal costume, the Veggie Dog costume, the Feisty Dwarf costume and a Season Pass for Season 1. If players have already purchased Fall Guys, they too should receive this Legacy Pack.
In maybe even more exciting news than a free game, the ability to build your own round is coming to Fall Guys. In the future update, players will be able to custom create their own whacky levels and challenge their friends. The new mode is still a far way off, but with new costumes and levels to discover in Fall Guys, it might be enough to hold you over until the release of this new mode.
Also, don't forget to head over to the Fall Guys website to pre-register so as to not miss out on all the fun rewards and information. Make sure to do so before 11:59 PM UTC on June 27. To learn more, please check out the video below, or check out the Fall Guys site.
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