Cosplay model Liz Katz is capitalizing on the biggest video game craze to sweep the nation when she stuffed herself into a bodysuit for an epic parody of “Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout.” The model, known for cleavage-baring photos of pop culture stars, took to Instagram on Saturday morning to drop a video of herself dancing to the new Cardi B and Meg Thee Stallion track, WAP, while dressed up as one of the adorable jellybean-like characters from the popular game.
Liz Katz went all out for her parody video, which the cosplay model deemed as “X-Rated.” Wearing a turquoise spandex bodysuit that covered her entire body, Katz threw it down and gyrated her way through Cardi B’s hottest track, “WAP.”
“Fall Guys the X-rated parody?” Katz captioned her video while sharing the hashtags, #FallGuys, #WAPChallenge, and #preggo.
For those not familiar, “Fall Guys” is a multiplayer party game where 60 contestants compete in a game show-type environment that pits them against each other in challenging races.
According to a description of the game, which is available for PS4 and Steam:
“Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout flings hordes of contestants together online in a mad dash through round after round of escalating chaos until one victor remains! Battle bizarre obstacles, shove through unruly competitors, and overcome the unbending laws of physics as you stumble towards greatness. Leave your dignity at the door and prepare for hilarious failure in your quest to claim the crown!”
The game has been such a hit that a huge update is in the works that will feature new levels and character costumes.
Nobody expected “Fall Guys” to be such a massive success, including the game’s developers from Mediatonic.
In a recent interview with the Washington Post, the execs at Mediatonic explained the crazy ride, and also gave some insight into how those cute little characters were created.
“It was a combination of the lead artist and UI artist. [One of them is] a fan of vinyl toys and likes simple shapes. They always wanted to have a character that was simple, and could be easily customizable too. It was supposed to be wobbly and bendable, but not look like it could be hurt by anything. We went through a couple of design [iterations]. It looked way more humanoid at some point, but they cut down on all of that and found that a simple shape was what worked best and looked best too.”