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How to Unlock the FFXIV x Fall Guys Collab Event

Do you have what it takes to be the King or Queen of Beans?

There are plenty of games to play and rewards to earn at the Manderville Gold Saucer in Final Fantasy XIV as Warriors of Light earn Manderville Gold Saucer Points (MGP) from the various mini-games known as GATEs. In Patch 6.51, the Gold Saucer will host new games and rewards earned from a limited-time Fall Guys crossover event.

The event brings new obstacle courses offering more challenges and objectives than the Gold Saucer's existing mini-games. There are new Fall Guys-themed rewards tied to the new content, but you'll need to know how to access these courses before you can join the fun.

How to unlock the Fall Guys event in FFXIV

As the event itself has ties to the Manderville Gold Saucer, you'll first need to gain access to it if you haven't done so already. The level 15 quest "It Could Happen to You" given by the Well-Heeled Youth in Ul'dah - Steps of Nald (X: 9.6, Y: 9.0) will take you to the shining beacon of fun by airship.

FFXIV Fall Guys Event
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With the initial quest complete and the Gold Saucer now accessible, you can find Lewena (X: 4.8, Y: 6.1) to start the quest "Just Crowning Around." Completing this quest will allow you to participate in these new courses, known as "shows," to earn Manderville Gold Saucer Fame (MGF). You'll also be able to access a new area dedicated to the Fall Guys event, Blunderville Square. 

The Fall Guys-themed event begins with the launch of Patch 6.51, lasting from Oct. 31 to Dec. 31. While the initial event will be live for two months, FFXIV director and producer Naoki "Yoshi-P" Yoshida stated during London's Fan Festival that the Fall Guys collaboration will make periodic returns in the future.

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Mills Webster

Mills is a freelance writer and lifelong fan of the Final Fantasy franchise. After playing Final Fantasy VIII for the first time in the distant year of 1999, he's enjoyed every game in the series since. He's played Final Fantasy XIV since 2016, clocking over 6,000 hours and earning his in-game mentor crown.