Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a multiplayer platformer battle royale game developed by Mediatonic.
Upto 60 players compete in matches divided into several rounds of minigames, with players being knocked out at the end of each round until only one remains as the winner.
Check out details for the new event in Fall Guys. The event, celebrating Sonic the Hedgehog, has a new game mode in a new map, as well as new costumes.
After reaching 20 million players in the first 48 hours, the battle royale party title continues to notch up impressive numbers.
Costumes based on Eivor and Odin from Assassin's Creed Valhalla are now available, as well as other cosmetics based on the series.
The battle royale game went free-to-play last week along with launching for the Epic Games Store, and also doubled its peak PC concurrent user count.
Mediatonic's battle royale title went free-to-play recently, and reaped the benefits with over 20 million players in its first two days.
Mediatonic's light-hearted multiplayer title also launches for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PS5 for the first time.
The party platformer goes free-to-play tomorrow for all platforms along with launching for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
Between June 30 and July 4, Fall Guys: Spartan Showdown will bring Halo cosmetics to the battle royale title, including, of course, Master Chief himself.
Mediatonic says a stage builder is "under construction" for Fall Guys, though there's no word on when the feature will launch.
Mediatonic has revealed what frame rates and resolutions Fall Guys will target on Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox Series X/S.
Mediatonic's battle royale game will only be available via Epic Games Store for new players, though existing Steam players will continue receiving updates.
New players will no longer be able to get the game via Steam, though existing players can continue to use the platform.
Those who've already purchased the game will get a free "Legacy Pack" containing several in-game items and a Season Pass.
Cosmetics for Astro Bot, including a full costume, can be earned in the Sweet Thieves Challenges available from tomorrow till March 13th.
Fall Guys' Nintendo Switch and Xbox versions are in the final stages of development, although no release date has been specified as of yet.
"It's one of our top priorities in active development and we can't wait to share more details with you in 2022," Mediatonic says.
The Round is all about getting vacuumed into pipes and winding up in different mazes, figuring out the best way to reach the goal.
New obstacles, new limited events, and a new Fame Path, along with outfits from Ghost of Tsushima and Sackboy: A Big Adventure, have been revealed.
Six new rounds, a number of new outfits (including a Spelunky collaboration), Squads, Limited Time Events, Duos and Trios modes incoming.
Ratchet, Clank, Astro Bot and Sackboy look to infuse a lot of Sony-branded IPs in the fifth season of the hit game. There's also some Disney mixed in with The Jungle Book.
NieR: Automata's protagonist is the latest costume to join the Fall Guys line-up. A new trailer showcases the outfit in action across multiple stages.
Developer Mediatonic and Konami are teasing something "explosive" for the battle royale game.
Four costumes will release on May 24th.
New variants for different rounds and Player Reporting have also been added.
Previously announced Summer window was "too soon" for "all of the tasty new features we're working on."
It looks like two beloved indie giants are going to join hands.
Daily Challenges, Crown Shards, and Squads Mode are also live.
Glimpse the retro-futuristic world of Fall Guys 4041.
Season 4 will bring seven new levels to the chaotic battle royale game.
New trailer arrives on March 15th alongside double Fame Points.
Mediatonic also looking to implement features from Fortnite and Rocket League.
Current players won't see any gameplay changes, and it's still coming to Switch and Xbox.
Mediatonic gives us a glimpse of what lies ahead for the chaotic multiplayer game.
Each costume will come with an emote and cost five Crowns.
The Fall Guys playerbase is going to expand greatly very soon.
It will release this Summer for the platform.
One new level, over 40 variations on current levels, and more incoming.
Don't worry, it will eventually come to Switch and Xbox.
A half a season doesn't mean half a step.
The developer apologized, saying there's "been a bit of a mixup."
Rip and tear through all the Beans next week.
It's as weird as you think.
Winter Knockout introduces seven new levels, numerous costumes and more chaos.
"Many more festive surprises" are also yet to be revealed.
It's a Winter Wonderland, starting on December 15th for PC and PS4.
More to be revealed at The Game Awards.
Rip and tear, until it is done.
The Summer sensation is still going strong.
And you should expect weirdly named penguins and Christmas bells.
The Beans will engage in some Winter obstacle runs next month.
It managed to sell 3 million units in the three month period ending September 30th.
And it's sort of fantastic and all.
Engage in four new medieval-themed rounds, a new season pass, and the Show Selector.
Overcome draw-bridges, swinging axes, and more in this episode opener.
Double Fame points goes live on Monday in the lead-up to Season 2's launch.
The unique battle royale game made a huge splash.
The hammer will appear in levels at random to help or hinder you.
"Right now our real focus is on making the PlayStation and PC games as good as they possibly can be," says lead game designer Joe Walsh.
Fall Guys is going medieval with its second season.
The off-beat battle royale game continues to see great success.
Mediatonic's bizarre multiplayer title is already moving on to season 2.
The battle to advertise in the popular new multiplayer title is on.
That's a lot of eggs.
Popular in the beta, the new level will be going live today.
The game has been watched on Twitch for over 23 million hours.
"We'd love to see how much demand there is," says the developer.
Fall Guys is an absolute riot.
Mediatonic is working on the first patch and listening to feedback.