Fall Guys Is The Most Downloaded PlayStation Plus Game Ever

After becoming the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game ever, Fall Guys is officially in the Guinness World Book of Records.

Fall Guys is the fun, dumb and brightly coloured game that cheered up our pandemic gaming. It’s hard to believe that the game has just had its first birthday. You can see the trailer for the fifth season here:

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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a battle royale/obstacle course. You must pilot your squishy, jelly-bean shaped character through a world of total chaos. It’s addictively fun.

As reported in GamesRadar, the game’s developer Mediatonic, thanked the community for their “enthusiasm, feedback, and support” for helping Fall Guys secure a Guinness World Record.

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On its website, Mediatonic joyfully announced the news:

“It’s safe to say that we’ve had our fair share of utterly surprising (but delightful!) moments since Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout stumbled into the world. From BAFTA nominations to a full-on bean-based ESPN documentary, those adorable beans have cropped up in some incredible places! Well, now the team are going to have to start amending their bucket list, as we can joyfully reveal that Fall Guys have made it into…The Guinness Book of World Records!”

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Credit: Devolver Digital

If you haven’t had a chance to play yet – get involved. As well as being downloadable from PlayStation Plus, you can also get the game for PC. It will be available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S later this year.

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Featured Image Credit: Mediatonic/Sony