It's So Long, Jimmy as Stumble Guys’ MrBeast collaboration concludes with a big song and dance

By , on January 30, 2024
Last modified 3 weeks, 6 days ago

It has been a blast and resulted in more than a few virtual broken bones, but the collaboration between MrBeast and Stumble Guys is coming to an end after the first-of-its-kind months-long team-up for Scopely. Cue the tears of sadness, and now those of pain because players aren't getting off that easily.

This partnership is ending with a bang as the final MrBeast course gets revealed, and it's going to get everyone shaking and moving in Disco Drop. Feel the rhythm and bust out your moves, but don’t get too carried away. If you aren’t paying attention, you might just miss that floor falling out from under you.

As you could probably guess, Disco Drop is an elimination course, where you frolic around on a multicoloured floor that will start to collapse or move under music-controlled triggers, so you are probably going to want your sound turned up for this one. Keep your focus until the end, and then enjoy a well-earnt, and very appropriately located, winning boogie.

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There is the customary array of MrBeast-themed Stumblers, Emotes, Footsteps, and Victory Dances to collect during this final event, so don’t miss your chance to grab a piece of Stumble Guys' history. You can unlock these through the limited-time Collection and Special events or February’s Stumble Pass, and when you are suitably branded up, see if you can conquer the latest Tournaments.

If you have ever seen a Mr Beast video and thought, "I could come up with a better challenge if I had the resources," then it's time to put your money where your mouth is. The MrBeast Creative Toolkit is available in the Workshop course builder to make your own fiendish maps to torture your friends, just like the Beastie Boy himself.

Stumble Guys is available to download from the App Store and Google Play.