Mediatonic is working on round variations for ‘Fall Guys’

The changes are expected to arrive as a mid-season update

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is set to receive level variations as a mid-season update, Mediatonic has announced.

Season two of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout launched earlier this month (October 8) and introduced a medieval theme through multiple new stages, costumes and new battle pass tiers. The developer is now looking to spruce things up in a mid-season update by injecting some round variation into the game’s stages.

One of the modes that could be receiving the update is ‘Perfect Match’, the memory matching mini-game. According to a tweet from the developer, a swinging bar for players to avoid while also solving the puzzle could be introduced when the update goes live.

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Check out the tweet below.

Round variations will work similarly to the mid-season update in the first season. That update added numerous new features to various pre-existing levels. A giant hammer known as the ‘Big Yeetus’ was also introduced to gauntlet rounds. With substantial force, players can be thrown across the map by the hammer. Its addition adds a risk and reward mentality for those who choose to use it.

Other modes also got a mix-up such as ‘Gate Crash’ changing up the sequence that the level’s doors moved, and other stages having tumbling fruit added to the equation.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is also crossing over with Sega’s iconic mascot, Sonic The Hedgehog. For a limited time players are able to purchase the much loved character’s outfit with in-game crowns.

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