Fall Guys Ring Hexathlon | How to Win

Fall Guys Ring Hexathlon - How to Win

After its move to a free-to-play model, Fall Guys is back on top again. Promotional events are coming thick and fast, with promos tied to Halo and Assassin’s Creed so far. Since then, there is a new playlist called Ring Hexathlon, which first appeared in rotation on July 14, 2022. If you want some tips on how to win and what rewards are on offer, we’ve got you covered!

How to Win Ring Hexathlon in Fall Guys

How to Win Ring Hexathlon in Fall Guys

Ring Hexathlon is a very unique playlist, in that it consists of only one game mode. Unlike most playlists where a range of modes will rotate to form a show completely randomly, in Ring Hexathlon you’re always guaranteed one. That is Hex-A-Ring, the survival round that often features as the final of a show.

As such, in the Ring Hexathlon playlist you’ll go through two survival modes of Hex-A-Ring. That’s followed by a grand final, where the last bean remaining gets the crown. It’s much easier said than done though, because Hex-A-Ring is one of the hardest levels in all of Fall Guys. A variation on Hex-A-Gone, you have to navigate a spinning wheel of purple tiles which disappear once you step on them. In order to win, you have to not only avoid falling off, but ensure you have a clear path of tiles to survive.

The kicker with the Ring Hexathlon mode is that each time around, the ring itself gets smaller. By the time you get to the final, you’ll need to be really good at maintaining balance while also ensuring you’ve got enough tiles left to survive. It’s one of the hardest modes in all of Fall Guys. However, the winner gets a Victory Crown for their troubles, which more than makes up for it.

Winning Ring Hexathlon in Fall Guys is an incredibly tough task, but doing so is one of the most prestigious accolades you can hold!

Luke Hinton is a freelance culture journalist living in Cardiff, Wales. He graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Journalism, Media and Communications, and currently balances his freelancing work with postgraduate studies. He specialises in film, TV and entertainment writing.