The developers of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout have revealed what are currently the most popular skins in the Battle Royale game. Among other things, the pigeon has been one of the fans' most popular outfits for weeks. A few days ago the charity campaign of the makers ended, which rewards the highest bidder with a skin in the game. In the end, it became a group of bidders with Ninja, MrBeast, G2 Esports and Aim Lab.
Less than a month after the release of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, the selection of skins for your bean has also expanded significantly. The Mediatonic team has now revealed which outfits are actually the most popular skins in Fall Guys. Shortly after the start, the wolf and the pigeon were in the first place – but both skins were available to players very early on. A month later, the situation in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout looks a bit different.
While the pigeon was able to keep its top position at the beginning of September, the hot dog skin moved up to second place. The outfit will be unlocked once level 19 is reached in Season 1. Just last week, the creators gave a preview of the next Fall Guys update. Here fans can look forward not only to new mini-games, but also to lots of new disguises.
In cooperation with Valve, there were also exclusive crossover skins from the world of Portal and Team Fortress 2. As part of a charity campaign, companies and personalities also had the chance to get their own skin in the game. In the end, streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, G2 Esports, Aim Lab and YouTuber Jimmy "MrBeast" Donaldson teamed up and donated one million US dollars for a good cause. In the future, all four partners will receive a skin in Fall Guys.
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