Fall Guys is coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Epic Games Store on June 21, 2022. The game is going to be free-to-play, and players will be able to play on either handheld or docked modes at 30 frames per second. It will also support cross-platform play.
The game has been available on the PlayStation Plus since its release last year, but now it’s heading to other platforms. The game will be available free of charge on all three platforms, and will support cross-play and progression between the platforms. Previously available on Steam, the game will be ported to the next-generation consoles, with improvements to performance and load times.
Optional premium currency
The game’s new console launch will include all of the content from the first season. Players will also be able to purchase a Season Pass in order to unlock new levels and new skins. The game will also have an optional premium currency called Show-Bucks, which will unlock new skins and level content.
As for the Switch version, Mediatonic confirmed that the game will come to Switch in June 2022. It will be free to play on Switch and Xbox One and will be released on the next-generation platforms on the same day as the Xbox version. As far as the game’s price, it will be comparable to other games like Rocket League. It will also be cross-compatible across platforms, making it a perfect game for Nintendo Switch.
Round of Funding
Quantum Machines has received $50M in a Series B round of funding led by Red Dot Capital Partners. The funding will help the company grow its quantum cloud computing platform and expand distribution worldwide. The company is also planning to add more employees to its team. The company is already partnered with some large corporations and government labs, and it has a diversified customer base across multiple industries.
Quantum Machines is an Israeli startup that develops software and hardware infrastructure for quantum computing. The company raised $50 million in a Series B round of funding led by Red Dot Capital Partners, with participation from existing investors including Samsung NEXT and Exor. The company has a lot of potential to grow in the quantum computing industry.
The funding round
AmazeVR is a premium cloud-based platform that enables artists to perform in virtual environments. The company has raised another $2.5 million in funding. The funding round was oversubscribed within three weeks. Existing investors such as Murex Partners, We Ventures, Bass Investment, and Dunamu & Partners also participated in the funding round.
The artificial intelligence startup Hugging Face has announced the close of a $15 million series A round. It received funding from Lux Capital, Betaworks, A.Capital, and Salesforce chief scientist Richard Socher. The company is now looking to use this funding to build its ML platform and to bolster the adoption of AI models in production.
The startup is using machine learning to improve human interaction through natural language processing. Last year it expanded its offering to include machine translation and launched subcommunities in low-resource languages. Hugging Face has raised $60 million to date and recently participated in Betaworks’ Voicecamp startup accelerator. Today, the company has 30 employees and offices in New York and Paris.
In addition to building its own AI platform, Hugging Face works on various projects that aim to tackle the largest questions in AI. These projects include building a community for people interested in NLP and collaborating with groups that study social impact. The company is also a part of the collaborative efforts of the BigScience project, which includes over 500 researchers from around the world.
Employees and is planning
Israel-based Noogata is developing a platform that enables businesses to turn data into actionable insights. The company says it can help companies drive sales, improve their customer service, and scale AI throughout their organization. The company says it has more than 40 employees and is planning to grow to 100 by 2022.
The startup offers no-code AI solutions for enterprises. It recently raised $16 million in a Series A round from VC firms Eight Roads and Allon Ventures. The company has already won contracts from companies such as PepsiCo and Colgate. With this new funding, Noogata plans to expand its product development.
The new funding will be used to support the company’s growth plans in the United States, as well as its R&D efforts in Israel. The company will also expand its platform integrations, its AI blocks, and its partnerships with large data warehouses. The company is also aiming to increase its employee count and expand its R&D department.
Raising venture capital
Israeli startups have had little trouble raising venture capital. Some have even gone public, as has Razor Labs. It is the first AI startup in Israel to go public on the Tel Aviv exchange. The startup now has a ticker symbol of RZR on TASE, but lacks the market influence of the Nasdaq.
While the original version of Fall Guys was released on PC, its free-to-play version was released the following August. It was a big hit, selling over eleven million copies. PlayStation Plus subscribers got the game for free during its launch month, and it went on to become the most-downloaded game on the service. Since Fall Guys went free-to-play, it has been a ray of light in the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic. But a year later, its popularity has faded from the general gaming consciousness.
After being purchased by Epic Games last year, the game is no longer free on Steam. However, Valve owners will still receive regular updates for the game. It will also feature a new PlayStation 5 version of Fall Guys. The PlayStation 5 version will be released on June 21. The developer is clearly taking inspiration from other free-to-play games, like Rocket League. In addition to the free-to-play version, Fall Guys will also have paid season passes and in-game currency.
Fall Guys offers a wide variety of fun minigames. Some minigames are even race modes. You have to try to avoid obstacles, jump ropes, and other obstacles to earn points.