Oh, those naughty Fall Guys! Now theyve gone and started a full-blown bidding war, pitting clout-hungry Twitter brand name accounts versus each other for an opportunity at a sought after Fall Guys skin. The winner will be the brand who pledges the most cash towards a UK-based charity that helps players with impairments.
Since Fall Guys launched, official brand accounts on Twitter have actually been after developer Mediatonic to create crossover skins for the eccentric little fight royale video game. PC component manufacturer AOROUS, G Fuel energy drink, Chuck E. Cheese, KontrolFreek … even the likes of KFC has actually been pitching designs to Fall Guys. Today, the Fall Guys main account revealed that Mediatonic will accept a pitch from the company that makes the largest financial promise to SpecialEffect, the UK not-for-profit that assists players with handicaps by providing equipment like adaptive controllers and eye control systems.
Theres currently a pretty extreme bidding war underway, and its produced some styles that are in fact cool. Competitors of Aether, a Smash Bros. design fighting game, promised $10,000 and used a Fall Guys Ranno outfit. Warframe participated the action too, upping the ante with a $20,000 promise and a Lotus outfit.
Heres that style, with art by Tenno designer Cole Rudge:
Ever because Fall Guys released, official brand accounts on Twitter have been after designer Mediatonic to produce crossover skins for the quirky little fight royale video game. Today, the Fall Guys main account announced that Mediatonic will accept a pitch from the business that makes the largest monetary promise to SpecialEffect, the UK not-for-profit that helps players with physical specials needs by providing devices like adaptive controllers and eye control systems.
Competitors of Aether, a Smash Bros. style combating game, pledged $10,000 and used a Fall Guys Ranno attire.
The Lotus is tossing her helmet into the ring … however she d like business!
Add both @playwarframe and @rivalsofaether for $20k? #supportindiedevs @blazingcobalt pic.twitter.com/GrpY4A1GDt
— WARFRAME (@PlayWarframe) August 17, 2020
Another bid came in from Pink Gorilla, an independent videogame retailer in Seattle, and more have been available in from esports organisations, clothes brands, and energy consume manufacturers.
As it stands, Fall Guys is currently getting a Team Fortress skin, and its been 2 of Steams leading 10 best-selling games given that quickly after it introduced. The game has actually offered more than 2 million copies on Steam.
Well be excited to see who wins this contest, which will run for two weeks. In the meantime, well be jumping for our own crowns (if we can best our Slime Club run, that is).