Autumn Boy Idol Game – How to unlock crown idol costume for free
Latest Autumn boysThe event ‘The Idol Games’ offers players the chance to get free outfits, but only if they’re skilled enough to complete the required challenges. Since launching for free in June, Fall Guys has provided a consistent feed of events with freebies, and Idol Game seems to be the hardest.
The Idol Game coincides with a playlist, Ring Hexathlon, which features three consecutive rounds of Hex-A-Ring, usually the last. For tips on how to win a Hex-A-Ring, check out GameSpot’s guide to all new rounds in Season 1. On top of that, players will need to have at least four wins across different playlists. The Idol Sports Festival takes place from July 14 to 18.
Idol Games challenges and rewards
To get all the items in The Idol Games event, players need to earn 1,000 points. There are 10 challenges in total, each worth 100 points, so players will need to complete all of them.
The challenges are:
- Play any round in Ring Hexathlon
- Victory Hexathlon
- Reached round 3 in Squads Show
- Read Squads Show Final Round
- Win Squads Show
- Reached Round 3 in Duos Show
- Win Duos Show
- Reached Round 4 in Solo Show
- Make it to the Finals in Solo Show
- Win the Solo . show
While there are ten challenges, if you manage to win each of the four necessary playlists, you will complete the other challenges in the same round. The rewards for completing these challenges include an exclusive outfit, available only to those who can best complete The Idol Games.
The rewards for beating the Idol Games challenges are:
- Idol Game Athlete Nickname – 200 points
- 200 Kudos – 300 points
- Idol Sports Festival athlete name plate – 500 points
- Crown Idol Outfit (bottom) – 800 points
- Crown Idol Outfit (top) – 1000 points
Coinciding with the events of The Idol Games was the Fall Guys crossover with Pusheen, the fictional cat best known as the star of webcomics. From July 14 to 18, the Pusheen and Super Pusheenicorn outfits will be available in store for 800 Show-Bucks each (about $8). There’s also an emoji available for the 400 Show-Bucks, and a pack that includes the costumes, nameplates, and nicknames for the 1600 Show-Bucks.
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