In the past few days, The fall boy became the latest major success for the video game industry. As a result, the multiplayer battle royale game already has fan ideas in place for potential crossovers, including artist @Adrotito on Twitter. The artist has posted a picture of The fall boy evoked character dressing Fortressby Llama Loot Pinata and Team Leader Cuddle. The image attracted the official’s attention The fall boy Twitter account, shared it while asking Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney what he thinks about a potential partnership with Fortress. The image in question can be found in the Tweet below.
Operator, give me @TimSweeneyEpic̵7;s number and @FortniteGame, we have some work to talk about https://t.co/5pz0ITBDcu
– Fall Guys 👑 (@FallGuysGame) August 9, 2020
It’s entirely possible that nothing will happen to the tweet above, but The fall boy Has dominated social media since its release, and the game reception seems pretty strong. If the initial success continues, it looks like partnership and engagement events will be inevitable. Since the game has only been out for a few days, fans will probably wait a bit to see any kind of crossover, but the prospect certainly sounds interesting!
At this point, it looks like Tim Seeley or official Fortress The Twitter account responded to the Tweet, at least not publicly. Of course, Epic Games all seem too willing to engage with other properties. Fortress has played host roles to tie in with properties like John Wick, Star Wars, Avengers and Aquaman, to name just a few. One The fall boy cooperation will match with that tradition.
Currently, fans of Fortress and The fall boy will just need to admire the cross artwork and hope that something official comes in the future! For now, it seems Devolver Digital and Mediatonic are focusing more on making sure that the game’s servers can handle the high demand. However, once things have stabilized a bit, fans may see some focus on other aspects of the game.
The fall boy now available on PlayStation 4 and PC through Steam. You can check out all of our previous coverage of games right here.
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