Fall Guys update frees us from the hell of back-to-back team games

The curse of Yellow Team is limited to one round.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has received another update today, this one sneaking in some changes that are sure to make many players happy. We’ve got the August 20 update patch notes below, with details on the key changes.

It’s been universally agreed (we asked, and even the gods agree) that team rounds are the absolute worst of all Fall Guys’ many minigames. No matter how well you performed on the previous round, team events can be the death of you, especially when consigned to yellow team. Should you survive, the worst feeling in the world is to make it through a game of Hoarders only to be chucked into Jinxed straight afterwards. The latest Fall Guys update should stop all that, as it’ll now be impossible to to play back-to-back team games. 

Fall Guys August 20 patch notes
 
© Mediatonic

The changes, which were made based on community feedback, were shared on the official Fall Guys Twitter account today. Also included was the addition of the previously PC-only Valve-themed costumes to the PS4 store, a reduction on Fall Mountain’s max player count to 15, and an adjustment to the duration of Team Tail Tag and the Royal Fumble final round. Here are the full notes from Mediatonic:

Fall Guys update patch notes - August 20

  • Valve costumes will now be available in the store on PS4
  • Max player count for Fall Mountain is now 15
  • Team Tail Tag and Royal Fumble timer is now 1:30
  • No more back to back team games

That’s everything for the August 20 Fall Guys update. It’s not a huge list of changes, but they should help to make your time hunting for crowns that much more enjoyable! For more Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout content, be sure you visit our game hub page. We’ve got loads of useful tips, including a guide for How to beat that pesky Slime Climb level.

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