‘Fall Guys’ Coming To Switch & XBOX, Goes Free-To-Play

The famous obstacle course/elimination party game Fall Guys is finally coming to XBOX and Nintendo’s Switch console. Now everyone can waddle their bean person towards the goal line!
Previously, the game was only available on PC and PS4/PS5. Thanks to Digital Trends, we learned that in anticipation of the game’s widening release, Fall Guys is going free-to-play. The title had been priced at $20. Although this is a budget price, the real moneymaker is all DLC packs you can purchase to deck out your avatar.
Linking your Epic Games account, you’ll gain access to cross-platform and cross-progression. So yep, if you’ve amassed a massive collection of outfits on PC or PS4, that will all carry over to the Switch and XBOX versions.
June 21st is when Fall Guys go free to play. So, hold out another month if you were thinking of buying the game. For existing players, Fall Guys is offering up some exclusive new outfits. Check out the trailer below for more details!

Fall Guys is going Free for All, welcoming more players than ever before to the Blunderdome to compete for the Crown—fully supporting cross-play, cross-platform parties and cross-progression with the use of your Epic Games Account.

Fall Guys is an elimination game that features multiple rounds set in various obstacle courses with varying rules. For example, some contests require you to race towards a goal line; others ask you to memorize which square you’ll need to stand on so you don’t drop into the void.
Honestly, it’s a simple game, but the physics of your bean person is where the challenge lies. Sometimes even minor gaps in the floor can prove challenging if you’re bumping into others or other players are purposely pushing/grabbing you. On the other hand, staying in the game for multiple rounds is rewarding.
What do you think of Fall Guys? Let us know in the comments section below.
[Source: Digital Trends]

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