Fall Guys Mods Are Now Available For Skyrim and Resident Evil 3
Fall Guys are better than Lydia.
Fall Guys has taken the Battle Royale scene by storm. A large majority of gamers love Mediatonic’s vibrant and adorable take on the genre and it’s mostly down to the floppy jellybean looking characters. So naturally, as you’d expect, mods have surfaced that sends those Fall Guys to other video game titles.
That’s right, the characters have started popping up on Nexus Mods, and at current it looks as if they’re only available for Skyrim and Resident Evil 3, but it probably won’t be long until we start to see them arriving in other titles. The mods come from two different creators and are both available for PC versions of Skyrim and Resident Evil 3.
For Skyrim, you’ll need the Dragonborn DLC and then you’ll be able to take a trip to Whitewatch Tower to get the batch of 11 Fall Guys followers, one of which is larger than the rest. Each one can be given themed armor and weapons by crafting them at the forge. These consist of two helmet variations, one being a sweetroll, the other a weird guard helmet. The weapon is a long, thin stick that you’ll notice as the moving pink poles that populate some obstacle courses in Fall Guys.
These little creatures can follow you around, attack enemies, and basically become your best pals working together rather than against one another. It looks as if the smaller ones were created back before we learned that the characters from Mediatonic’s game are actually massive. You can nab this mod from m150 over on Nexus Mods.
There’s another mod from Crazy Potato, which doesn’t exactly put actual Fall Guys into the game, but it gives three Resident Evil 3 characters rather large costumes based on them. With this mod installed, you’ll have Jill, Carlos, and Nemesis all dressed up as one, giving the dark tone of the game some large jellybean love.
It’s not a surprise to see the characters unofficially crossing over into other universes given how popular the game has become since it launched. This has seen it become not only Mediatonic’s biggest game launch but Devolver Digital as well. We got a look at the upcoming Season 2 for the game, and it’s currently available on PC and PS4, however more console ports are possibly on the way in the future.