Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout sales cross 2 million copies sold on Steam
A whole lot of beans keep on coming.
What you need to know
- Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a new crash course battle royale game developed by Mediatonic and published by Devolver Digital.
- In its first day, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout crossed 1.5 million players.
- Today, Mediatonic announced that Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has sold over 2 million copies on Steam.
Mediatonic and Devolver Digital released a cutesy take on a battle royale game show, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, on August 4. The game immediately garnered 1.5 million players in its first day, aided by the fact it's available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers. Now, it's seeing even more success.
Devolver Digital announced today that Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has sold 2 million copies on Steam. This doesn't include any players who picked the game up on PS4, whether by buying it or playing through PlayStation Plus.
The incredible team @Mediatonic and the super chill @FallGuysGame community have put up some wild numbers in just one week!
Big thanks to all for all the great jellybean vibes. pic.twitter.com/6nW9vp6qeSThe incredible team @Mediatonic and the super chill @FallGuysGame community have put up some wild numbers in just one week!
Big thanks to all for all the great jellybean vibes. pic.twitter.com/6nW9vp6qeS— Devolver Digital (@devolverdigital) August 10, 2020August 10, 2020
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout doesn't have cross-play right now but the developers have stated it's something the team is looking into and could be added in a future update.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is currently available on PC and PS4, though it could come to Xbox One in the future. In the meanwhile, if you want to play together, here's how you can invite your friends.
The only PC option
It's not free on PC but if that's your preferred platform, it's not too expensive to grab on Steam. That's the only PC client it's currently available on though.
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Samuel Tolbert is a freelance writer covering gaming news, previews, reviews, interviews and different aspects of the gaming industry, specifically focusing on Xbox and PC gaming on Windows Central. You can find him on Twitter @SamuelTolbert.