A Fall Guys leak appears to have revealed an array of PlayStation characters are coming to Fall Guys.
An extensive Fall Guys leak has revealed a number of PlayStation exclusive characters will be crossing over, possibly at some point in season five.
If there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to keep a live service BR game relevant, it’s crossover events. Fortnite proves that time and time again, and it’s also something that keeps people talking about Fall Guys despite a steep drop-off in players since it launched almost a year ago. Sonic, King Kong, and Cuphead are just some of the fictional characters to get their own skins in Fall Guys.
Next up, it seems a handful of PlayStation characters will be getting the Fall Guys treatment. That’s according to Fall Guys leaker KrxnkyFG. The leaker’s video, which you can check out below, shows off a number of new costumes they claim are coming soon to Fall Guys. Ratchet & Clank, Astro, and Sackboy all make the cut.
Guy and Ana Spelunky skins are also featured, as well as the protagonist from Kena: Bridge of Spirits. An interesting inclusion as Kena’s launch date isn’t for more than a month. That may have tipped Fall Guys’ cap as to when the leaked skins will become a reality. Possibly in conjunction with Bridge of Sprits’ arrival on PS5.
The slew of PlayStation-themed costumes might well be a part of some upcoming anniversary celebrations. Fall Guys will turn one next month and there is currently no word on how exactly the game will be marking that milestone. Since Fall Guys has been a PlayStation console exclusive for almost a year, it might be fitting for some of the platform’s most recognizable characters to cross over into the game to mark the occasion.
It would also be a nice way to bring Fall Guys’ PlayStation exclusivity to an end. The imminent arrival of Fall Guys on Switch was announced earlier this year, and then its arrival on Xbox was revealed the following day. Fall Guys’ turning up on both platforms was tenuously announced to take place this summer, but the BR game’s launch on Switch and Xbox has since been pushed back. No word yet on when other console owners will be able to play it.
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