Fall Guys players believe it's quicker to level up the battle pass if you lose

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Fall Guys players believe it's quicker to level up the battle pass if you lose

Fall Guys players believe it's now quicker to level up your battle pass if you lose rather than win.

That's because of the game's all new progression and monetisation systems that were introduced when the game switched to a free-to-play model earlier this week.

As spotted by Gamerant, players can still level up their battle pass, but with new daily, weekly, and long-term challenges also now available, it seems as though maximising those will help you progress faster than winning matches... and given the time it takes to secure a winning crown, you could potentially earn the same amount of Fame more quickly just by crashing out in early rounds.

Skull & Bones has now been rated by ESRB, hinting that a release date may be confirmed soon

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Skull & Bones has now been rated by ESRB, hinting that a release date may be confirmed soon

Skull & Bones has been rated by the ERSB, leading some to hope that a release date may be imminent.

The news follows rating board confirmations in other parts of the world, too, including Brazil and Australia, and a leak of Skull & Bones' four-minute tutorial video back in April, which Ubisoft eventually confirmed was real.

The description shared on the ESRB website is the closest we've come to getting an idea of what the game - which is coming to PC, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Xbox Series - entails since it underwent "extensive reworking" a couple of years back.

July 2022's PS Plus games have leaked online

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July 2022's PS Plus games have leaked online

July 2022's PlayStation Plus freebie offering will include Crash Bandicoot 4 and The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan.

That's according to Dealabs poster billbil-kun, who - as ever - has the scoop on what titles are next heading to Sony's PlayStation Plus free game line-up next month.

Though we have to take this with the usual pinch of proverbial salt, billbil-kun has been ahead of Sony's formal announcement many, many times now, and hasn't been wrong thus far.