Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Gets Recreated Using Dreams VR
With Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout releasing next week, one Twitter user recreated the game using Media Molecule's Dreams.
In a tweet from user Dreamsengineer1, we get to see the upcoming Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout recreated using Dreams VR, the VR mode in Media Molecule’s Dreams.
While the footage is only 18 seconds, we see several character models and players navigating one of several mini-games in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. The different characters are trying to reach the end of the course while not being knocked over by several obstacles, including a giant hammer. The recreation looks amazingly similar to upcoming game and looked really fun to make. Sadly, it wasn’t uploaded to the Dreamiverse since the user wanted to make it for fun.
— DreamsEngineer (@DreamsEngineer1) July 30, 2020
For those that don’t know, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a multiplayer party game where 60 players can compete at the same time in wacky mini-games. It was announced last year but it’ll now release sometime this summer. If you want to check the game out now, it’ll be in beta this weekend before its August 4 release date. Additionally, the game will be one of the August PlayStation Plus titles, with the other free game being Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Developer Media Molecule launched Dream‘s VR mode last week, which lets players create VR experiences and publish them for other Dreams players to try out. This mode comes a couple of months after Dreams released back in February. A Dreams version of Fall Guys isn’t the only recreation made in the game. Other users have remade anything from a PS1 version of Cyberpunk 2077, to melee animations from The Last of Us Part II, to a very realistic looking breakfast.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout launches on PlayStation 4 and PC on August 4. Dreams is available exclusively on PlayStation 4. If you’d like to check out more Fall Guys, you can watch the latest gameplay trailer below.