‘Fall Guys’ celebrates free-to-play launch with Skegness marketing stunt

To have a good time Fall Guys going free on the Epic Store, the sport’s marketing group organised a weird marketing stunt within the English seaside city of Skegness.

In a video launched on Twitter, the Fall Guys group revealed the extent of their actions in Skegness. The promotion is accompanied all through by a beautiful rendition of the sport’s theme from a string trio which is revealed on the finish of the video through the finale.

Starting from the highest, it could seem the group introduced at the least 4 life-sized Fall Guys fits to Skegness, which might be seen scampering up the pier. Then, an indication was positioned on Skegness’s seashore main events to the spotlight of the promotion, the official Fall Guys sponsored bench. You can watch the video under:

According to the video, the bench is a 53-minute stroll from the seashore itself and seems to be in the course of a inexperienced space. The bench has a plaque with “The Official Bench of Fall Guys, Sit for free from 2022” emblazoned on it.

What’s extra, they held an official unveiling ceremony with the Mayor of Skegness, Tony Tye, who regarded positively beaming to be there.

In an alternate within the reply tweets, developer Mediatonic replied “…I am so bewildered that I can’t even comprehend my own thoughts” to which the Fall Guys official Twitter replied, “you gave me a ‘meme budget’ lol.”

Fall Guys not too long ago went free-to-play solely on the Epic Games Store following the latter’s acquisition of builders Mediatonic. Consequently, the sport was delisted from Steam because of this.

In different information, in line with Cuphead co-creator Maja Moldenhauer, 5 years after the sport launched there are nonetheless Easter eggs that gamers haven’t situated.

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