Fall Guys has some pretty tough achievements, but one of them, and probably the hardest of them all, is currently much easier to unlock thanks to a new limited-time game mode.
If you’re working your way through the Fall Guys achievements, you’re going to want to pop the Infallible achievement before the Sweet Thieves game mode is removed from the colorful, bean-filled multiplayer game.
How to easily unlock Fall Guys Infallible achievement
The Infallible achievement requires you to win five episodes in a row, which is an incredibly big ask if you’re playing any of the normal shows. While the achievement can be unlocked if you get a decent squad of friends together and you all communicate, the easiest way of meeting Infallible’s requirements is by playing some of the new special shows that get added periodically. The easiest of the lot is Sweet Thieves, which just so happens to be running for the next few days.
Sweet Thieves is a team-based show with just one round, lasting for three minutes. One team is tasked with protecting the sweets, finding the thieves, and sending them to jail by grabbing them. The other team, which can turn invisible if walking slowly, has to steal the sweets and take them back to their base to score points. If you play Sweet Thieves with a squad of four players and communicate, you can easily win five shows on the bounce, but even if you’re playing solo, you still stand a good chance of winning five shows in a row. As TonyTwoSteaks writes in their Infallible achievement guide, If you’re defending, make sure you are standing next to the sweets and do not move. It’s almost impossible for the thieves to take the candies that way. If you’re a thief, you will need to work a little harder and hope you do not come up against a defending team using the blocking strategy. If you want to do this with a team, it might be worth checking out and joining some of the Fall Guys boosting sessions currently available.
If you’re playing solo, you’ll need a bit of luck when it comes to getting competent teammates, but if you do not quite win five a row, Sweet Thieves is so short you can keep blasting through rounds at speed until you eventually do get it. I popped Infallible last night solo on my second attempt at unlocking the achievement, and if I can do it, anyone can!
We’ve seen loads of unlocks since Sweet Thieves went live, and we’ll likely see many more until the show is removed from rotation on July 12th. If you do miss it this time around, Sweet Thieves will likely return at some point later in the year.
Will you be using Sweet Thieves to unlock Infallible? Let us know down in the comments.