Fall Guys Cuphead Skins Are Live Now, Mugman Coming Soon

The latest crossover collaboration for Fall Guys has launched.


Cuphead skins are now available in Fall Guys just a few days after they were initially unveiled. Fall Guys developer Mediatonic announced a partnership with Studio MDHR to bring Cuphead skins to the colorful battle royale game.

The skins are very nice-looking, and they come in two parts: top and bottom. You can unlock the top and bottom pieces by accumulating five crowns, or you can buy them with real money. A Cuphead-inspired emote is also available for five crowns. The Cuphead skin is available in the game now. However, the Mugman skin won't be coming until February 27.

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Cuphead is just the latest popular brand to come to Fall Guys through DLC skins. The Fall Guys Season 3.5 update added Godzilla, Sonic, and Goose Game costumes, while previous updates introduced skins for franchises like Doom, Team Fortress, Portal, and Half-Life.

In other news about Fall Guys, Mediatonic just recently announced that the game will release on Nintendo Switch and Xbox platforms this summer.

It's a good time to get into Fall Guys, as the base game is a lot of fun and lots more content is planned for the future.

Dave Bailey, the co-founder and CEO of Mediatonic, said the team has only "just scratched the surface" of what's possible for the battle royale title. The original pitch for the game was to create the "greatest game show on Earth," and Mediatonic plans to deliver on that ambition.

"When you think about it in that way, there's a million different ways we can take this and I hope people will see that come through in future," Bailey said.

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