Fall Guys Ninja Skin Price And Release Day Confirmed

After a really long wait, the benefactors who promised the most funds to gaming with disabilities charity SpecialEffect for Fall Guys are now receiving their own official skins in the game, and streaming legend Ninja is up first. The skin, which has been in development for some time now, is going to be in the in-game store today, and it is the first of multiple skins that will be coming for every high-dollar donator.

Last August, when Fall Guys was at the top of the charts with regards to player count, it organized a charity event where whatever companies or individuals promised most money to SpecialEffect would be granted their own in-game skin.

While there were some noteworthy rivals that all promised lots of donations, no one could overcome some of the most popular names on the web – mega-internet streamer and sensation Ninja, the equally famous YouTuber Mr. Beast, Aim Lab, a game utilized to train player’s aim for free on Steam, G2 eSports, a popular eSports organization.


With all these donors – who unitedly collected produced a million dollars – are going to receive their own skins, it was recently revealed on the official Twitter page of Fall Guys that Ninja will be the first to get his own, beginning today.

For both the top and bottom, it will cost five crowns, a standard amount typically reserved for the premium skins. It is not known when the next skins for the other top donors will be coming, but if Ninja is being launched this hastily after the announcement was posted on Twitter, players can possibly expect to see them in the store without waiting for too long.

Fall Guys became incredibly famous back in August of this year, becoming the most watch title on Twitch for a time. Developer Mediatonic’s runaway battle royale hit became so famous that it remains as the most downloaded title on PlayStation Plus.

Although the game has given up its crown to Among Us since then, it’s still a strong multiplayer game in terms of player count and viewership, so there are still plenty of players waiting to cosplay as their favorite SpecialEffect heroes in-game.

In addition, Fall Guys has still been going strong in terms of launching new content. Mediatonic’s medieval-inspired Season 2 wasn’t a big hit but still kept the game playable, and it recently released a wintery Season 3 that’s ongoing.

Whether Ninja and the other company skins help to set the game up to retake its multiplayer throne is worth more than the cash amount attached.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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