Fall Guys Season 2 brings a hellish new level called Knight Fever

This new level looks pure medi-evil.

Slime Climb, step aside. It would appear the throne of most challenging Fall Guys level may have been claimed by a Season 2 newcomer called Knight Fever.

Though it’s designed as a first-round obstacle course (think Whirlygig, Door Dash, etc.), Knight Fever looks like absolute hell for most players. The long level features swinging axe blades to dodge between, rolling beams to stagger over, lifting drawbridges to cross, and a whole lot more. Beans beware.

We’ve seen concept art of the level before, but a new exclusive look by IGN reveals what this medieval mess looks like in motion. It’s a lot of beans falling over, basically. We couldn’t really ask for more.

Split into several segments, hopeful beans will need to best an uphill climb with spinning blades, rotating logs with blobs on them, a slimy slope with more swinging blades, a hole-filled gully with swinging spike beams, and three drawbridges that lift up and down. Oof, our little bean legs are exhausted just thinking about it! 

According to IGN, the level was designed as a sort of “skill check” for experienced players. That said, even Fall Guys failures like us won’t need to worry too much, as falling off won’t knock you out for good, and roughly 75% of contestants will be able to make it through if they don’t run out of time.

Fall Guys Season 2 new level knight fever
 
© IGN, Mediatonic

Fall Guys Season 2 arrives this week, October 8, bringing several new medieval-themed levels and skins to the game. It also promises to be a bit more generous with the crowns, just to help out those poor souls who haven’t been able to claim a win just yet. We can’t wait to give Knight Fever our best shot when it arrives. Visit our Fall Guys hub page for more coverage of Season 2 as it arrives.

Associate Editor

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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