This being the first season of their untested free-to-play format, the developers at Mediatonic have made sure to jampack the season pass with tons of amazing content, including costumes, nameplates, patterns, emotes, Kudos, and even Show Bucks, with the ability to grind enough currency to get the next battle pass for free if you complete it.
Here's everything you need to know about the Fall Guys season 1 free-to-play pass.
Fall Guys free-to-play season 1 pass - Start time
The new Fall Guys free-to-play season 1 kicked off on 21st June. It will last until 29th August, giving players roughly two months to complete the season pass.
Fall Guys free-to-play season 1 pass - Cost
The Fall Guys season pass costs 950 Show Bucks, the new currency implemented we just mentioned. Show Bucks also work to purchase cosmetics within the in-game store.
The season pass features enough Show Bucks so that you can purchase subsequent passes without spending any more real money. That is if you fully complete it.
Fall Guys free-to-play season 1 pass - Rewards
The Fall Guys season pass features 100 tiers of premium and free rewards for players to obtain. Here's everything waiting for you once you purchase the season pass:
- Nine full costumes (Ezio, Dragon Dance, Chiselled, Among Us, Spring Daisies, Peter Pointer, Sumo Inflatable, Burning Sensei, Mechagodzilla) plus separate pieces.
- Eight nameplates.
- 1500 Show Bucks
- 12 patterns.
- Seven nicknames.
- Six colors.
- Five emotes.
- Three celebrations.
- Four faceplates.
- 2600 Kudos.
As you can see, that's an amazing amount of content packed into a single season pass. Both Kudos and Show Bucks let you buy premium content, in fact, even if you spend all the necessary Show Bucks to buy next season's pass, you'll still be left with a sizable amount.
One thing worth pointing out is that the full costumes are usually separate rewards. For example, you'll get the Mechagodzilla legs before you get access to the helmet.
For more on the game, head to our section dedicated to the latest Fall Guys guides, news, tips, and much more.
Featured image courtesy of Mediatonic.