Fall Guys Update Released, Patch Notes Revealed
fall guys Developer Mediatonic today updated its colorful bean-based video game with a number of bug fixes in the title. While it’s not on par with a full seasonal update or anything like that, players will likely appreciate that they will no longer, for example, float randomly in the sky once a round begins.
You can check out the full patch notes of the new update for fall guys, straight from the sourcebelow:
- [PlayStation] IMPROVEMENTS to crashing instances on PS. We are still actively following this. Players should see significantly reduced instances of console crashes.
- [Gameplay] Players will no longer float upwards in the sky at the start of a round
- [Gameplay] Players no longer stutter on moving treadmills
- [Gameplay] Conveyor belts will no longer propel players forward continuously after a round ends on levels such as Lost Temple
- [Gameplay] Players will be properly eliminated after falling into slime on levels such as Jump Showdown and Hex-a-gone
It should be noted that there is still no news on the upcoming Nintendo Switch and Xbox versions of fall guys which were previously announced. “We know that the news about fall guys on Nintendo Switch and Xbox is highly anticipated,” the developer said recently. “We’re finalizing development, and while it’s not in this update, it’s still coming!”
As indicated above, the new fall guys the update with the above fixes is now live. fall guys itself is currently in the middle of Season 6, and the most recent major update finally added crossplay to the title, among other changes. The video game is currently available on PlayStation 4 and PC, and it has also been announced that it will be released on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. You can check out all of our previous coverage from fall guys here.
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