Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout feature

First Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout will add a new level, brings fixes for crashes, physics and more

Mediatonic has announced that the first patch for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout will be available tomorrow. This new update will add a new level, Jump Showdown. Moreover, it brings a number of fixes and improvements.

Going into more details, this first patch for Fall Guys will lower the weighting for Royal Fumble to add more final round variation. It will also fix a crash at launch with certain regional calendars set in the operating system.

Moreover, this update will physics behaving erratically at high framerate on levels like Tip Toe. It will also address some collisions in Block Party allowing players to bypass the blocks. Additionally, it will fix certain game controller models not being detected on PC.

As always, Steam will download this update once it becomes available tomorrow. You can also find its complete changelog below.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout August 12th Update Release Notes

  • New Level. Jump Showdown – A fan-favourite from the beta
  • Lowered the weighting for Royal Fumble to add more final round variation
  • Fixed crash at launch with certain regional calendars set in the operating system
  • Improved messaging for matchmaking and server errors
  • Fixed physics behaving erratically at high framerate on levels like Tip Toe
  • Fixed crown in Fall Mountain not being grabbable in rare situations
  • Addressed some collisions in Block Party allowing players to bypass the blocks
  • Fixed Parties sometimes failing due to too many requests
  • Addressed some special characters causing display issues in player names
  • Fixed Big Tease Achievement not unlocking in specific regions
  • PC only – Fixed certain game controller models not being detected on PC

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