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Fall Guys partners with Square Enix to introduce the popular 2B character

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Mediatonic, the creators of the popular cartoony battle royale game- Fall Guys, has announced a partnership with Square Enix to introduce the popular 2B character from the Nier Automata series to Fall Guys as a playable character skin.

A short teaser attached below showcasing the game’s protagonist 2B in a small stubby form debuted during the Summer Games Fest Kickoff Live event.

While she makes an acrobatic entrance, similar to her character in the PlatinumGames game, the brief footage shows her going through obstacle courses with the other Fall Guys.

In the world of Nier: Automata, 2B is an android. She is the first playable character in the game and the android with whom fans spend the most time. She is a member of the enigmatic YoRHa group, and she forbids her fellow android, 9S, from displaying any emotions. 2B’s Fall Guys ensemble includes a black dress, white hair, and a blindfold.

Fall Guys was formerly the most popular indie game of the previous year, but it is no longer. On Steam, the game currently has less than 8K concurrent players. While this number may appear large when compared to other indie games, it is significantly low when you consider that they formerly had over 140K+ daily players on Steam.

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The game will be available on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Despite the fact that it has been delayed from its intended summer release date, the team plans to include cross-play in the game.
Among Us also revealed a content plan at the Summer Games Fest Kickoff Live. A new hide-and-seek mode, cosmetics, a new 15-player mode, and achievements are among them.

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