For those who seriously love a bit of Fall Guys, official plush toys and other collectibles have just been announced.
Video games during the height of the global pandemic got pretty crazy. As a result, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout took the world by storm.
Now these loveable Jellybean-like… things, are trying to make their way into your home via some absolutely adorable toys. Talk about things that make you go “aww”.
The development is part of a new deal with Moose Toys – a major player in the toy industry. It will see the company develop a range of figures, collectibles, and yes, premium plushies. Seriously, guys, they look fluffy as a damn cloud.
“We are ’fall’ off our chairs excited and delighted to partner with Devolver Digital and Mediatonic,” says Joe Smith, senior director of global marketing, licensed brands at Moose Toys. …“The incredible styling and near-endless selection of iconic outfits and characters will make for fun, innovative toys, collectibles and plush. Moose, Devolver and Mediatonic are committed to delivering outstanding product worthy of any Fall Guys fan’s collection.”
In case you somehow blew right past it – the multiplayer indie darling is essentially a chaotic blend of Wipeout and your zaniest Japanese game show. It was an absolute craze until Among Us hit the scene.
Check out ‘Fall Guys’ for yourself below:
You compete in a series of rounds (ranging from obstacle courses to team-based games of giant soccer) until one victor is eventually declared. It’s the perfect game to play online with friends or even gather a crowd to take turns and have a few laughs.
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During its launch, the game attracted a gigantic 11 million players on PC and became the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game of all time. Fall Guys is now in the middle of its fourth ‘season’ so there’s still plenty of time to… fall in love.
No word on when the line-up will actually launch just yet.
You can read more about this topic over at the Gaming Observer.