Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout: 10 costume collaborations we want to see

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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is prime for costume collaborations, and these 10 would be perfect for the game.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has been taking the gaming world by storm. Free on PlayStation 4 with this month’s PS Plus, but available to buy on Steam as well, Fall Guys is a lot like that game show Wipeout that ran from 2008 to 2014. You and 59 other players compete through different obstacles, levels and mini-games where players get knocked out and eliminated until only a few contestants are left. They then battle it out in one final game to crown a winner.

The gameplay loop is fun and addicting, but it’s also rewarding, as the rewards allow you to unlock customization options — patterns, colors and costumes (tops and bottoms) — through either the battle pass unlocks or in a shop where you use currency earned from playing. Costumes range from pigeons and hot dogs, to dinosaurs and ninjas.

Due to the game’s immense popularity, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has had collaborations with other games teased, like teaming with CD Projekt Red for costumes with The Witcher or Cyberpunk 2077. That got us thinking… what are some great costume collaborations for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout to have with other popular brands, movies and games? Here’s what we’ve come up with.


While I’m not an enormous fan of the sugary breakfast pastry, the pattern and color combinations you can unlock in Fall Guys already look like the frosting on Pop-Tarts. Might as well go all in with a breakfast collaboration where you can unlock tops and bottoms of different flavors of Pop-Tarts.

1993: General view of the action on the American Gladiators. Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy /Allsport
1993: General view of the action on the American Gladiators. Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy /Allsport /

American Gladiators

For anyone born in the mid to late 1990s, you probably don’t remember American Gladiators, but it was pretty much a TV show where amateur athletes competed in obstacles against each other and against costumed, muscular “Gladiators” that would try to impede their progress. The Gladiators looked like 1980s wrestlers in the best ways.

Since this game is kind of like American Gladiators in some ways, let’s get some of those awesomely awful costumes and hair from the 90s in Fall Guys.