Fall Guys Sales Top 7 Million Units on Steam, Most Downloaded PS Plus Game of All Time - SalesWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 02 October 2020 / 3,071 Views
Publisher Devolver Digital and developer Mediatonic announced Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout sales have topped seven million units on Steam alone. This figure is up from two million units sold on August 10.
It was also announced Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game of all time.
Here is an overview of the game:
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout flings hordes of contestants together online in a mad dash through round after round of escalating chaos until one victor remains! Battle bizarre obstacles, shove through unruly competitors, and overcome the unbending laws of physics as you stumble towards greatness. Leave your dignity at the door and prepare for hilarious failure in your quest to claim the crown!
- Massive Online Pandemonium – Dive into a series of ridiculous challenges and wild obstacle courses with masses of other competitors online, all with the hopes of making the cut and advancing to the next round of mayhem.
- Competitive and Cooperative – Shift between competitive free-for-alls and cooperative challenges where the losing team all get eliminated!
- Comically Physical – Watch in delight as your fellow competitors bend, bounce, and bash their way to hilarious, physics-based failure!
- Delightfully Customizable – Fail in style with everything from fashionable pineapple couture to the latest in bunny hats available to customize your look in Fall Guys.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is available now for the PlayStation 4 and PC for $19.99, as well as a free PlayStation Plus title for August.
Congrats to our friends @Mediatonic as @FallGuysGame crosses 7 million units on Steam and is the most downloaded PS Plus game of all time!— Devolver Digital (@devolverdigital) August 26, 2020
An amazing accomplishment from a wonderful group of folks. pic.twitter.com/UoWEqxiUi4
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