The max party size in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

Want to know how many friends you can invite in Fall Guys? We've got the answer.

If you want to know how many friends you can invite in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, then you’ve come to the right place. Fall Guys is hilarious fun alone, and it gets even better with friends, so it’s only fair that you’ll want to party up with some palls as you do your best to survive all the ridiculous challenges the game throws at you. We’ve got the details on the max party size in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, below the jump

The max party size in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

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The max party size in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is four. That means you can invite up to three friends to join you in a party before you start searching for a game. Any more, and you’ll need to search separately and pray to the bean-person gods that you get paired up together.

Fall Guys is a competitive game, so you might be wondering what benefit teaming up together even offers. You’ll still need to beat one another in order to get the crown, but searching as a party does add some fun benefits. There are several team-based minigames in Fall Guys (read the full list of games by clicking here), and on these levels you’ll always be put on the same team as your party, when possible.

Read more: Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Trophy list for PS4

If you party up with your friends in Fall Guys then you can also track their progress even after being knocked out. Fall Guys will allow you to continue spectating after being eliminated, right up through to the final round. You’ll need to tap the shoulder buttons on your controller to swap between all the remaining players, but once you find the friends from your party, you can watch and cheer them on until the end!

Now that you know the max party size in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout you’re free to jump into a game with three pals. For more tips and tricks like a full list of the game’s controls, you can head over to our game hub by clicking here.

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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