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The boom of the month – Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout developer Mediatonic has started the brand battle. How I imagine this: 60 brands register their Fall Guys profiles and will compete in in-game battles and the one who gets the crown will become a part of the Fall Guys universe. How it will be: as Mediatonic notices in its tweet “To enter: Reply to this tweet with the highest amount of money you would be willing to donate to @SpecialEffect

What is SpecialEffect? It is the charity program based in the UK that is helping gamers with physical disabilities.

It is important to notice that Fall Guys has become a shooting star even though the game was released earlier this month. In the first 24 hours of the launch, the game had over 1.5 million new players. This game is a dream of life. When technologies have the opportunity to provide players with a massive co-op online playing experience — it’s wonderful. The gaming process of Fall Guys is pretty simple – it’s a virtual run with obstacles such as the old TV show where people were jumping and bumping by those rubber traps. The game starts when 60 players are ready to join, then there will be five rounds, and the player who survives all of them is the king.

Fall Guys is very catchy because of the skins players can change into during the game. After every match, you’ll get some coins you can spend to buy some parts for your costume. All skins look super cute and amiable; that’s why the internet is bursting with fans’ costumes.

Two weeks later Mediatonic will connect with a winner through their DM and then will share confirmation of the donation publicly. Also, the company has one restriction: “If we decide that your brand is offensive/unsuitable, we will yeet your pledge out and pick the next highest!”

Fall Guys is $19.99 and available now for PC and PS4.

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